From Freyberg (Paperback)

Bill Edington

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Synopsis: From Freyberg is a contemporary novel about relationships, about sexual passion and, by contrast, the calmer yet often complex flow of ongoing relationships. It focuses on the decline into staleness of the relationship between Craig and Paul, two men who have been together for ten years. Craig gets a jump start from an unexpected affair, and finds himself forced to analyze the relationship he has had with Paul. This brings tensions to the lives of all three characters, who face questions about the meaning of gay relationships, and what they can learn from the lives of other people they meet.

About the Author: Bill Edginton was born in Christchurch, New Zealand, in 1938. He graduated from the University of Canterbury with a Master's degree in Russian. His early career was in the former Department of External Affairs where he had postings in Geneva and London. Participation in a UNESCO General Conference in Paris led him to a position with the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO. He worked generally in the field of international education and became Manager for International Education in the New Zealand Ministry of Education. Bill Edginton came out as a gay man in the seventies. He was drawn into political activism in the gay and lesbian movement through gay service groups. This was primarily for law reform leading to the legislation enacted in New Zealand in 1986. At the same time, he became involved in an AIDS support network which was formed in Wellington in response to the developing AIDS pandemic. He had a background as a layman in the Church and engaged in political activism there also, a role which necessarily continued well past he secular reform achieved in 1986.

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Title: From Freyberg (Paperback)
Publication Date: 2004
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