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The M word : writers on same-sex marriage

Verfasser/in: Kathy Pories; David Leavitt; et al
Verlag: Chapel Hill, N.C. : Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 2004.
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"As it heads through the courts, dividing the nation and shaping the political landscape, the issue of same-sex marriage is becoming one of the major civil-rights battles of our generation. Now, some of the country's finest writers, gay and straight, explore the nuances of one of the most complicated issues of our time." "Drawing on personal experiences or culling from history, the headlines, or their own fertile  Weiterlesen…
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M word.
Chapel Hill, N.C. : Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 2004
(OCoLC)646987689
Dokumenttyp: Buch
Alle Autoren: Kathy Pories; David Leavitt; et al
ISBN: 1565124545 9781565124547
OCLC-Nummer: 55887361
Beschreibung: xiii, 186 p. ; 18 cm.
Inhalt: Jamie's wedding / Wendy Brenner --
My amendment / George Saunders --
Notes toward an opinion on gay marriage / David Leavitt --
Vows / Francine Prose --
Good marriage; or, the kiss of the fat man / Stacey D'Erasmo --
Crock-pots: a confession / Kathleen Finneran --
Mrs. Register / Michael Parker --
Double standards / Dan Savage --
Stanley Karenina / Jim Grimsley --
40,41,42 / Alexander Chee --
Holding my breath: a family history / Wendy McClure.
Verfasserangabe: edited by Kathy Pories ; [David Leavitt ... et al.].
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"As it heads through the courts, dividing the nation and shaping the political landscape, the issue of same-sex marriage is becoming one of the major civil-rights battles of our generation. Now, some of the country's finest writers, gay and straight, explore the nuances of one of the most complicated issues of our time." "Drawing on personal experiences or culling from history, the headlines, or their own fertile imaginations, eleven noted writers present an all-too-human look at gay matrimony and its implications for marriage in general - and how our traditional marriages both influence and measure up to these new unions." "With essays by Francine Prose, on what would have happened if Oscar Wilde had married his lover; George Saunders, on the need to outlaw not only same-sex marriages but also samish-sex marriages; Dan Savage, on the supposed value of monogamy within marriage; Wendy Brenner, on giving her best friend away in a gay marriage; and many others, The M Word reminds us that marriage of any sort is an institution now ready for reexamination."--BOOK JACKET.

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