Places I’ve Taken My Body

Molly McCully Brown

Format: Hardback

Publisher: Faber & Faber

Published: 4th Mar '21

£12.99

‘Urgent, compelling and lyrically, luminously beautiful . As she does, she depicts vividly for us not only her own life but a striking array of sites and topics, among them Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and the world’s oldest anatomical theater, Eugenics, and Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University.

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Description

‘Urgent, compelling and lyrically, luminously beautiful . . . a brilliant, heart-rending read.’ Psychologies Magazine Brown constellates the subjects that define her inside and out: a disabled and conspicuous body, a religious conversion, a missing twin, a life in poetry. As she does, she depicts vividly for us not only her own life but a striking array of sites and topics, among them Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and the world’s oldest anatomical theater, Eugenics, and Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University. Throughout, Brown offers us the gift of her exquisite sentences, woven together in consideration, always, of what it means to be human: flawed, potent, feeling.

Additional information

Weight 0.294 kg
Dimensions 15 × 129 × 198 mm
Page Count 224