Mosquito

Mosquito

Poems

Book - 2006
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Lyrical and explosive, this debut book of poetry explores Alex Lemon's experiences as a brain surgery patient. Mosquito blends autobiography and poetry, bearing witness to a young man's journey through serious illness and his emergence into a world where eroticism, hope, and wisdom allow him to see life in a wholly new way. Mosquito is a resilient meditation that is as much Zen as it is explosive, as clinical as it is philosophical and lyrical.
Publisher: Portland, Ore. : Tin House Books, 2006
Edition: 1st U.S. ed.
ISBN: 9780977312740
0977312747
Branch Call Number: PS3612.E46 M67 2006
811.6
Characteristics: xvii, 83 p. ; 19 cm.

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