Dancing on the moon: short stories about AIDS

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Viking, Mar 9, 1993 - Fiction - 188 pages
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From a young writer of profound literary courage and stylistic grace comes an unprecedented book of stories that circumnavigate the world of AIDS. Currier writes about gays and straights, about Southern teenagers and an elderly Jewish widow, about the sick and those who care for them, and those who remember them afterward.

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DANCING ON THE MOON: Short Stories about AIDS

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A first collection, made up of an author's note and 12 stories, on the suffering of the AIDS-afflicted and of the survivors—chronicled sometimes in a careful minimalist style, sometimes in patched ... Read full review

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CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE
17
WINTER COATS
31
REUNIONS
47
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