Éditeur:Dreamspinner Press, 2013Note: This book was purchased with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.
- Author: Murphy, MichaelDate:Created2013Summary:
Phillip and José, newly minted Ivy League roommates, couldn’t be more different. Phillip is an only child from a wealthy New York City family. José is the oldest of nine children of Mexican migrant workers. He has only known rural life in the Southern US—though he was born in California, his family moved from state to state, following the crops across the country. Phillip comes to school with every electronic gadget known to man. José arrives with the clothes on his back, a paperback he pulled from the trash in a bus station and a notebook and pencil. They both need to adapt to their new environment and, in the process, quickly become fond of each other despite their differences. As their fondness grows into love, their world is turned upside down when they are charged with caring for José’s eight younger siblings. To Phillip, sharing José is not easy. To José, caring for his siblings is his most important responsibility, even more so than his education. If his relationship with Phillip is to survive, they have to bridge the gap between two very different worlds.Sujets: College students | Gay men | Mexican Americans | Migrant agricultural laborers--Education | New England | Coming out (Sexual orientation)Original Publisher: [s.l.], Dreamspinner PressLanguage(s): EnglishISBN: 9781623805821