Dorothy Day's diaries from the years 1934 to 1980 were initially released twenty-five years after her death by editor Robert Ellsberg, a member of her Catholic Worker community for the last five years of her life. The Duty of Delight captures the essence of who she was as a Catholic convert commited to social justice and provides a glimpse into the social movements of the day. Her story is one of dedication to the poor, homeless, and justice. Readers will be challenged to transform the world in which they live. Paperback.