An adult Geryon, now called "G," navigates the complex labyrinths of the modern age at the side of his war veteran lover Sad and the artist Ida while attending the death of his mother and tempering his hunger for flight with his longing for family and home. By the Pushcart Prize-winning author of Autobiography of Red. 17,500 first printing.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - williecostello - LibraryThing
Earlier this year, I read Anne Carson's Autobiography of Red for the first time and loved it (see my review further up in this thread). So it was a great joy (and surprise) when I learned that this ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - JWarren42 - LibraryThing
What I've come to expect from Carson is poetry that strikes like lightning in not only its meaning, but arrangement, and connection to mythology. While meaning stays a strongpoint in this work, the ... Read full review