Eighty-sixed

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Penguin Books, 1990 - Fiction - 326 pages
David Feinberg's novel is a classic of literature dealing with the onslaught of AIDS. In 1980, B.J. Rosenthal's only mission is to find himself a boyfriend and avoid setbacks like bad haircuts, bad sex, and Jewish guilt. In post-AIDS 1986, B.J.'s world has changed dramatically - his friends and lovers are getting sick, everyone is at risk, and B.J. is panicking. Parrying high-wire wit against unbearable human tragedy, 'Eighty-Sixed' now stands as a testament to an era.

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In this witty first novel, Feinberg contrasts pre-AIDS 1980 with post-AIDS 1986, illuminating the changes that have come about in the gay community. In 1980, B.J. Rosenthal's biggest concern is ... Read full review

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Always Wanted to Be a Clone
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March
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