Autobiography of Red
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"Autobiography of Red" Summary

By Anne Carson

poetry | 149 pages | Published in NaN


Estimated read time: 1 min read

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A novel in verse that reimagines the myth of Geryon as a coming-of-age story about love and loss.

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Autobiography of Red FAQ

  1. What is the genre of 'Autobiography of Red'?

    It is a novel written in verse, blending elements of poetry and fiction.

  2. Who is the author of 'Autobiography of Red'?

    The book is written by Anne Carson, a Canadian poet, essayist, and translator.

  3. What is the book about?

    The book reimagines the myth of Geryon, a red-winged monster from Greek mythology, in a contemporary setting, exploring themes of love, identity, and transformation.

  4. Is 'Autobiography of Red' suitable for all ages?

    The book contains mature themes and language, so it may not be suitable for younger readers.

  5. What makes 'Autobiography of Red' unique?

    The blending of genres, poetic language, and the reimagining of a classical myth in a modern context make the book unique and thought-provoking.