The irreversible decline of Eddie Socket: a novel

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Harper Perennial, 1991 - Fiction - 277 pages
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A young homosexual with an uncertain future discovers that he has contracted AIDS after an affair with a dashing but unfeeling man and begins the painful process of coming to terms with his illness

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User Review  - ocgreg34 - LibraryThing

Eddie Socket, before his inevitable decline, is a hopeless romantic, relating everything that happens in his small world to some Golden-Age-of-Hollywood mold. He believes that one day, he will find a ... Read full review

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The Irreversible Decline of Eddie Socket a funny, heartwrenching, beautifully told story of a young gay man living in NYC during the 80s. John Weir's portrayal of Eddie and those around him is pitch ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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