Among the works discussed in this essay: An Intimate Desire to Survive, by Bill Becker; Epitaphs for the Plague Dead, by Robert Boucheron; A Cry in the Desert, by Jed A. Bryan; The World Can Break Your Heart, by Daniel Curzon; Safe Sex, by Harvey Fierstein; "The Castro," in Cities on a Hill: A Journey Through Contemporary American Culture, by Frances FitzGerald; As Is, by William M. Hoffman; Plague: A Novel About Healing, by Toby Johnson; The Normal Heart, by Larry Kramer; To All the Girls I've Loved Before: An AIDS Diary, by J. W. Money; Facing It: A Novel of AIDS, by Paul Reed; And the Band Played On: Politics, People, and the AIDS Epidemic, by Randy Shilts; Men on Men: Best New Gay Fiction, edited by George Stambolian.
"The Big One: Literature Discovers AIDS,"
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1, Article 38.
Available at: http://scholarworks.umb.edu/nejpp/vol4/iss1/38