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An existential novel about friendship and the choices we make in the face of loneliness, Two Days of Dying portrays a nostalgic weekend sojourn with the full-sweep and grandeur of human memory. Recalling a life lived together in friendship over a two day chance encounter, Eli and Chago face in each other the different people they’ve become and must choose whether or not to reconcile the long deaths of their youthful days together. Bittersweet, full of the ache of time, Two Days of Dying is a poignant character study, a eulogy to American youth, and a celebration of the human spirit in the face of death. A fitting homage to the great American novels.
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Donovan Irven was born in Cumberland, Maryland, a small working class town in the Appalachians. He studied philosophy, history, and creative writing at Frostburg State University and received his Master’s Degree in Philosophy from West Chester University of Pennsylvania. An American Philosophical Practitioner’s Association Certified Philosophical Counselor, Donovan Irven resides in Philadelphia where he writes, practices philosophy, and is an Adjunct Instructor at several colleges and universities. You can follow him on Twitter @DonovanIrven, and contact him through Facebook, or his blog, In the Time of Ethics [http://inthetimeofethics.blogspot.com/]. Two Days of Dying is his first novel.
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Book Description Streisguth / Martin, 2011. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 170 pages. 7.81x5.06x0.43 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk0615552765
Book Description Streisguth / Martin, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0615552765