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Confronting AIDS through Literature

The Responsibilities of Representation

This anthology offers readers an array of viewpoints on the use of literature to confront AIDS as a social, literary, and medical phenomenon. A substantial annotated bibliography allows readers to pursue other fictional, biographical, poetic, and dramatic works on AIDS, as well as criticism and analysis of AIDS writing.

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