This Thing Called Courage by J. G. Hayes
South Boston Stories

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Gripping Stories Of City Boys And Men Living - And Dying - For Their Outsider Sexuality; Doing their best to come to grips with being gay in a heavily Irish-Catholic working-class community - known for its fierce loyalty and strong, traditional religious ethic, the boys and men in these stories are caught in the crossfire of traditional values, Irish tragedy, and the inevitable intrusion of diversity. The result of this lethal mix is occasionally comic, often tragic, sometimes redemptive and sometimes disastrous, but always compelling.
 

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Published June 1, 2002 by Harrington Park Pr. 252 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Set in the rough neighborhoods of South Boston, This Thing Called Courage is a collection of seven moving stories dealing with sexual desire among young, working-class Irish Catholic men.

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