Significant Others

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HarperCollins, Sep 6, 1989 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Tranquillity reigns in the ancient redwood forest until a women-only music festival sets up camp downriver from an all-male retreat for the ruling class. Among those entangled in the ensuing mayhem are a lovesick nurseryman, a panic-stricken philanderer, and the world’s most beautiful fat woman. Significant Others is Armistead Maupin’s cunningly observed meditation on marriage, friendship, and sexual nostalgia.

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User Review  - jeffome - LibraryThing

Very very fun. A fast-moving ride. I recently finished 'Babycakes' after several years since reading the earlier books in the series and I had a little struggle with that one reconnecting with the ... Read full review

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User Review  - miketroll - LibraryThing

Maupin’s Tales of the City series (including this book) set in San Francisco is easy to read, gently amusing, lightweight, often sentimental and saccharine. Probably a big influence on TV shows like Friends and Sex In The City. Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1989)

Armistead Maupin is the author of Maybe the Moon, The Night Listener, and the bestselling Tales of the City series. A new musical based on the first two Tales novels premiered at San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater in the summer of 2011. Maupin lives in San Francisco with his husband, Christopher Turner.

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