In my own country is an autobiographical narrative of dr abraham verghese and his work as an infectious disease physician in rural tennessee during the early years of the hiv pandemic verghese is a powerful writer and his rendering of the aids crisis immortalizes the victims of the aids crisis in johnson city. Reading my own country you can see clearly how much vergheses own life story informed the story of his novel particularly the life of an immigrant doctor in the second or third tier hospitals and rural areas of the united states. My own country a doctors story of a town and its people in the age of aids 42 27 5 1 by abraham verghese a verghese abraham vergehese editorial reviews he is the author of my own country a 1994 nbcc finalist and a time best book of the year and . My own country a doctors story of a town and its people in the age of aids summary study guide abraham verghese this study guide consists of approximately 30 pages of chapter summaries quotes character analysis themes and more everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of my own country. He is the author of my own country a 1994 nbcc finalist and a time best book of the year and the tennis partner a new york times notable book a graduate of the iowa writers workshop he has published essays and short stories that have appeared in the new yorker the new york times the atlantic monthly esquire granta the wall street
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