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Beauty salon

著者: Mario Bellatin
出版商: San Francisco : City Lights Books, 2009.
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"An extremely slender, sad tale by Bellatin recounts a gay man's reflections on the waning days of sexual excess and the specter of death wrought by AIDS, though here AIDS is a mysterious, nameless plague. Formerly a stylist in a beauty salon in an unnamed city, the narrator, a transvestite, has now transformed the salon into the Terminal, 'where people who have nowhere to die end their days.' The Terminal has  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Allegories
Gay fiction
Fiction
材料类型: 小说
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所有的著者/提供者: Mario Bellatin
ISBN: 9780872864733 0872864731
OCLC号码: 253837811
注意: Translated from the Spanish.
奖励: American Library Association Stonewall Book Awards Honor Book, 2010.
描述: 63 p. ; 18 cm.
其他题名: Salon de belleza.
责任: Mario Bellatín ; translated from the Spanish by Kurt Hollander.
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Biting social allegory from one of Mexico's most exciting young authors, edgy, lyrical, cynically hopeful.  再读一些...

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