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How JFK Killed My Father

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Selected for the 2002 Pearl Poetry Prize by Lisa Glatt, this award-winning collection recounts physician Richard M. Berlin's lifelong love affair with medicine. From his youthful dreams of saving his gravely ill father to the long years of training that eventually lead to his chosen field of psychiatry, Berlin offers a rare, poignant glimpse into one doctor's world through ...more
Paperback, 77 pages
Published December 31st 2004 by Pearl Editions (first published September 1st 2003)
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James M. Madsen, M.D.
Apr 13, 2008 James M. Madsen, M.D. marked it as to-read
Richard M. Berlin is a modern-day William Carlos Williams in his poetic apperception of the practice of medicine. I haven't yet read all of the poems in this slim volume, but I mean to!
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