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Asymmetry by Aidan Coleman

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September 2012, no. 344

Asymmetry by Aidan Coleman

Reviewed by
September 2012, no. 344

In July 2007, at the age of thirty-one, Aidan Coleman suffered a stroke as a result of a brain tumour. Asymmetry is a book in two parts. The first details the poet’s survival after this near-death experience, his struggle to regain full use of his body and to speak and write again. The second part is a group of love poems for his wife, Leana.

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