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Oscar Moore's "PWA" ("Person With Aids") column in the "Guardian" gave us moving and informative insights into what it's like to live with the physical deterioration that Aids inevitably brings. Humane and witty and written with a tough-minded, dry humour, "PWA" proved to be a comfort to people, whether touched by illness or not. As Moore's postbag shows ...'You have talked about Aids without self-pity while continually reminding me of the important things in life that also make mine worth living' - V, Bristol. 'Thanks again for the humour you bring into our lives through your own frustrations and fears; maybe you can help us learn to appreciate and enjoy each moment of our lives, without the necessity to experience crisis' - T, Eastbourne. 'I have nothing in common with Oscar Moore. I'm writing to say 'Don't give in'. He won't, of course. He doesn't know how to' - E, Milton Keynes. 'Your fears, your vivid writing, your courage have given me great hope in the face of the ghastly, and seemingly unfair, experiences and symptoms we share. I hope that many, like me, have been fortified and humbled by your joie de vivre and courage' - H, Exmouth.
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Book Description Pan Books Ltd, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110330351931
Book Description Pan Books Ltd, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0330351931