Cohen's subjects in A Place to Read can be as commonplace as golfing with close friends, amateur astronomy, birding, or learning to fly at the age of sixty. But he asks difficult questions about how we are grounded in space and time, how we are affected by our names, how a healthy person can turn into a hypochondriac, and how we might commune with the dead. And throughout he measures, compares and interprets his experiences through the lens of six decades of reading.
This audio edition is narrated by Dan Cohen, Michael's son, with compassion and style – and with musical interludes he composed!
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