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Eleanor Methven Eleanor Methven from Dublin wrote on July 23, 2018 at 8:59 am:
Lovely site. I saw the piece in Dublin last year, superb. Have a friend who has recently had a Lung Transplant, and my Father left his body to medical science so was most intrigued. Been reading Maylis de Kerangal's Mend the Living, and Paul Kalanithi's When Breath Becomes Air, one fictional account of the journey of a heart destined for transplant and its human reactors, and the other a Neurosurgeon's memoir., during the writing of which the metaphysical ruminations become very physical indeed as he recieves his own terminal diagnosis. It's a timely frontier to travel. .