Death My Own Way by Michael S. A. Graziano
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Praise for Michael S. A. Graziano:

"Darkly inventive. . . . Graziano's grim allegory interrogates human existence with its visceral, sensuous description."—Publishers Weekly

"Not a word is wasted in this masterpiece . . . the finest in American literature."—Geekscribe

"A uniquely human story that proves humorous as well as thoughtful. Solid and very highly recommended."—Midwest Book Review

"A relatively short book, but its heart is huge."—Largehearted Boy

A man dying of cancer wanders naked into Central Park and embarks on a twisted, fetishistic, hilarious journey toward a deeper understanding of life. A story of vulnerability, brashness, and the universal need to find some comfort and philosophy before the journey ends.

 

About Michael S. A. Graziano

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Michael Graziano is a professor of neuroscience at Princeton University and director of the Sensory Motor Laboratory. He is the author of 56 articles on the functioning of the brain. His work regularly appears in journals such as Science, Nature, and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. He is internationally known for fundamental discoveries about sensory perception and motor control in the brain. His is the author of The Intelligent Movement Machine (Oxford University Press, 2008) and Human Consciousness (forthcoming, Oxford University Press).
 
Published November 20, 2012 by Leapfrog Press. 130 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In a touch of irony, the philosophic circle with whom he discusses not just love and art but also religion and death (he calls them “the committee”), are a ragtag group of homeless people, given names like Chair Lady, Knee, Guitar, and Bottle Rat.

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