A Gap in the Life - AITON, Hazel ScottHazel's Footprints Trust, 2005, Paperback ..
Condition: Near Fine.
’A Gap in the Life’ is a story that but for a tragic twist of fate would never have been told. The book contains the gap year journals, letters and quotes of Hazel Scott Aiton a Durham student who died in a car crash near her home in the Scottish borders late last summer. Both deeply personal and sincere the journal documents a journey that begins in a Paris airport and ends in a ’cardboard box’ in the Namibian town of Windhoek. Along the way Hazel deals with such familiar emotions as fear, anxiety and loneliness as she attempts to adjust to twelve months away from her family and friends teaching and working at The Otjikondo School deep in the Namibian countryside. Illustrated with B&W photographs. 234pp.
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