Thanksgiving: An AIDS Journal

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Harpercollins, Jan 29, 1991 - Political Science - 242 pages
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The sudden eruption of AIDS in the life of a young couple with a two-year-old child is the tragedy that Betsy Cox recounts with searing honesty and emotional power in this journal. Written from a woman's point of view--and that of a wife and mother--Thanksgiving is an important document of our era.

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Keith Avedon, musician, composer, husband, and father, died in 1987, a year and a half after developing AIDS. As chronicled by his widow, the months of illness, pain, and social bewilderment become ... Read full review


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