Man Within My Head (Hardcover)
Ever since he first read Graham Greene's work as a schoolboy, Iyer has been obsessed by the figure of the writer and by one of the great themes of Greene's work: what it means to be an outsider. Yet as Iyer recounts the history of his obsession, another phantom image begins to assert itself, one that Iyer had long banished from his inner life--that of his father.
About the Author
Pico Iyer has written nonfiction books on globalism, Japan, the Fourteenth Dalai Lama, and forgotten places, and novels on Revolutionary Cuba and Islamic mysticism. He regularly writes on literature for "The New York Review of Books, "on travel for the "Financial Times, "and on global culture and the news for "Time, The New York Times, "and magazines around the world.