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Publisher:Cormorant Books, 2016Note: This book was purchased with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.
- Author: Greer, DarrenDate:Created2016Summary:
When Jacob is called back to Advocate, he is not only returning home again, something he knows he cannot really do; he is going to face his dying grandmother and the people of the town who turned on one of their own. Twenty years earlier, when his uncle David came home, it was to die. The response in Advocate was typical of most towns, large and small, in 1984: when his disease became known, Jacob, his grandmother, his mother, and his aunt, were shunned, turned out from school and their jobs, out of fear of an until-then unknown virus.Sujets: AIDS (Disease) | Fiction | Gay men | Grandmothers | Homecoming | Prejudices | Terminally illOriginal Publisher: Toronto, Ontario, Cormorant BooksLanguage(s): EnglishISBN: 1770864717, 9781770864719, 9781770864726