Holding the Man

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Cuttyhunk Books, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 308 pages
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From the land of "Down Under" comes this true story about a male high school drama student who falls in love with the captain of the football team. Winner of the United Nations Human Rights Award for Nonfiction, HOLDING THE MAN has been adapted into a play opening in America in September 2007. The playwright who adapted the book for stage refers to this a a memoir of striking and unapologetic honesty.

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User Review  - Don - Goodreads

Very well-written and moving memoir about a gay man that meets his soul mate growing up and learns what it truly means to love. Read full review

Review: Holding the Man

User Review  - Marc Lane - Goodreads

Powerful and enduring story of love, betrayal, guilt and loss. The autobiographical book is written in an uncompromising style, honest and mature, yet even the earliest events are fresh and heart-rendingly retold. Who could forget the closing line "Ci vedremo lassł". Read full review

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