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Easton Main Library 814.6 J28i (NEWEST) (Text) 31901004422335 New Adult Non-Fiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 1501199641
  • ISBN: 9781501199646
  • Physical Description: viii, 243 pages ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First Atria paperback edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Atria Paperback, 2020.

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Formatted Contents Note:
"Lovers' theme" -- The land of sweets -- Grotesk -- A happy week -- Just like that -- The garbage comes from the garbage -- My life as Lord Byron-- Like God -- Tonight the sea is douce -- Seven sensational party spaces -- No amusement may be made -- A stranger in Siem Reap --On the loss of being here -- Ghosts of boystown --Designs -- The tingler -- To the actor -- One hell of a homie -- Natural lives -- A sailor's tale -- First date -- Persuasion -- Vanishing days.
Summary, etc.:
"From the award-winning essayist and author of the novel Cheer Up, Mr. Widdicombe comes a moving and unforgettable essay collection about his travels around the globe as he reflects on the power and complexity of human relationships. From the award-winning essay "Lover's Theme," in which Evan James explores the life of a drag queen in San Francisco, to his poignant story of coming out in "One Hell of a Homie," set against the backdrop of the 1992 film Class Act, this essay collection brilliantly captures both the beauty and pain of relationships--friendly, familiar, and romantic. I've Been Wrong Before is an eye-opening and heartfelt illustration of how our differences are often the things that bring us closer together."--Publisher's website.
Subject: Interpersonal relations.
Genre: Essays.

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