A. A. Attanasio
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- The stars baked my bones; The oceans culled my blood, And the forests shaped my lungs. Who am I?
- A.A. Attanasio. Radix, the epic novel of ultimate discovery. New English Library, Hodder and Stoughton. 1981. p.223 ISBN 9780340618400
- Yet every hair on the body is numbered. And in truth, every day is the beautiful day, the last day.
- A.A. Attanasio. Centuries. 1997. p.310 ISBN 978-1-60450-283-1