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Chronicle of a Plague, Revisited

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Andrew Holleran's Ground Zero , first published in 1988 and consisting of 23 Christopher Street essays from the earliest years of the AIDS crisis, was hailed by the Washington Post as one of the best dispatches from the epidemic's height." Twenty years later, with HIV/AIDS long recognized as a global health challenge, Holleran both reiterates and freshly illuminates the devastation wreaked by AIDS, which has claimed the lives of 450,000 gay men as well as 22 million others. Chronicle of a Plague, Revisited features ten pieces never previously republished outside Christopher Street , as well as a new introduction keenly describing and evaluating a historical moment that still informs and defines today's world-particularly its community of homosexuals, which, arguably, is still recovering from the devastation of AIDS.

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Author(s):
Andrew Holleran
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0786720395
ISBN-13:
9780786720392
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Da Capo Press

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Andrew Holleran's Ground Zero , first published in 1988 and consisting of 23 Christopher Street essays from the earliest years of the AIDS crisis, was hailed by the Washington Post as one of the best dispatches from the epidemic's height." Twenty years later, with HIV/AIDS long recognized as a global health challenge, Holleran both reiterates and freshly illuminates the devastation wreaked by AIDS, which has claimed the lives of 450,000 gay men as well as 22 million others. Chronicle of a Plague, Revisited features ten pieces never previously republished outside Christopher Street , as well as a new introduction keenly describing and evaluating a historical moment that still informs and defines today's world-particularly its community of homosexuals, which, arguably, is still recovering from the devastation of AIDS.

Author(s):
Andrew Holleran
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0786720395
ISBN-13:
9780786720392
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Da Capo Press

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