A young writer confronts life, death, and literary ancestors amid the stark beauty of Cape Cod.It keeps still, down periscope, a bulky gray torpid heap, hardly moving for ten minutes. It finally unfolds its neck into a muscular question mark and slowly looks about, turning like a weather vane in a light breeze. Then a ... Stretched out, the bird is razor thin, its neck long and breakable, its legs twiglike and knobby-kneed.
|Title||:||A Wild, Rank Place|
|Publisher||:||UPNE - 2000-04-01|