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B.J. Rosenthal--the dishy, neurotic, horny, cranky, and adamantly gay hero of Feinberg's Eighty-Sixed--is resurrected in this harrowing and insightful novel about AIDS and enduring with dignity and humor in a world that seems bent on stripping him of both.--The Advocate.
 

About the Author

Feinberg was a writer and AIDS activist living in New York City.
 
Published November 1, 1992 by San Val. 240 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Feinberg's sequel to Eighty-Sixed is a mixed bag, its capricious voice overwhelming its story of gay amatory capers in the shadow of AIDS.

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In content and in style, this tres gay sequel to Eighty-Sixed is a mixed bag--a smart drawstring purse, as man-hungry protagonist B.J.

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Entertainment Weekly

Rosenthal, was a young Jewish gay looking for sex, love, and solace south of 14th Street in the heady years before — and the panicked years after-the discovery of HIV.

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