[sic]: A Memoir

[sic]: A Memoir

Joshua Cody

A searing memoir approximately devastating sickness, creativity, intercourse and medication, and thirty-something existence in New York.

Joshua Cody, a super younger composer, was once approximately to obtain his PhD whilst he was once clinically determined with an competitive melanoma. dealing with a bone-marrow transplant and whole radiation, he charts his fight: the fury, the tendency to self-destruction, and the ruthless greedy for all times and sensation; the stumble upon with an odd lady on Canal road that ends up in intercourse at his condominium; the unique morphine delusion entire with a bride known as Valentina whereas, in fact, health center employees are pinning him to his mattress. relocating without problems among references to Don Giovanni and the Rolling Stones, Ezra Pound and Buffalo invoice, and facsimiles of his personal diaries and clinic notebooks, [sic] is a pass among Susan Sontag's Illness as Metaphor and Jay McInerny's Bright lighting, massive City: a enthralling, hallucinatory glimpse right into a younger man's conflict opposed to disorder and a party of artwork, language, song, and existence. 30 black-and-white illustrations

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