Recounts the author's relationship with his older brother, their experiences of growing up gay in a Christian Science family, and his painful witness to his brother's illness and death from AIDS. Tour.
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"Out of love, anger, and grief Clifford Chase has crafted a moving memoir of loss and family bonds. With startling intensity, he evokes scenes of life in a suburban American family and illuminates the strong ties that are woven between two gay brothers as they become adults. Chase documents how, in turn, the family dynamics change forever when one brother - the elder, the admired, the feared, the loved - grows ill and dies. This is a searching, unsentimental account of how AIDS steals away loved ones and how the wounds of loss come to be healed."--BOOK JACKET.About the Author:
Clifford Chase is a writer living in Brooklyn. He is the editor of Queer 13: Lesbian and Gay Writers Recall Seventh Grade and has contributed fiction to Yale Review, Threepenny Review, Boulevard, and other journals and anthologies.
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