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Someone Was Here book. But George Whitmore - George Whitmore was a New York City-based author who wrote on contemporary issues.
Someone Was Here book. Amidst the political, medical, and statistical aspects of AIDS are. He was gay and he died of AIDS in 1989 at the age of 43. This was the time when the AIDS diagnosis was an almost-certain death sentence. It would be a few years, yet, until medical advances made the disease treatable. For an outstanding look at how these advances were made, read David France's excellent book, "How to Survive a Plague: The Inside Story of How Citizens and Science Tamed AIDS".
George Whitmore, The New York Times Magazine Published at the height of the AIDS epidemic, Someone Was Here brings together three stories, reported between 1985 and 1987, about the human cost of th. .
George Whitmore, The New York Times Magazine Published at the height of the AIDS epidemic, Someone Was Here brings together three stories, reported between 1985 and 1987, about the human cost of the disease. Whitmore writes of Jim Sharp, a man in New York infected with AIDS, and Edward Dunn, one of the many people in Jim’s support network, who volunteers with. the Gay Men’s Health Crisis organization in the city. Whitmore also profiles a mother, Nellie, who drives to San Francisco to bring her troubled son, Mike, home to Colorado where he will succumb to AIDS.
Someone Was Here - George Whitmore. Profiles in the AIDS Epidemic. For Michael, who endured. This book consists primarily of interviews with people who told their stories to me in an effort to further understanding about AIDS and the human tragedy it is. Notwithstanding the potent stigma attached to AIDS, without exception the protagonists of this book insisted on using their real names.
Someone Was Here : Profiles in the AIDS Epidemic.
George Whitmore (1946–1989) was born in Denver, Colorado, attended Bennington College, and was .
George Whitmore (1946–1989) was born in Denver, Colorado, attended Bennington College, and was a conscientious objector during the Vietnam War, choosing to work at Planned Parenthood of New York City in lieu of serving in the military. Whitmore wrote three plays-The Caseworker, Flight/The Legacy, and The Rights-and two novels: The Confessions of Danny Slocum, published in 1980 by St. Martin's Press, and Nebraska, published in 1987 by Grove Press. In the mid-1980's, Whitmore wrote a series on AIDS patients, which then led to a longer book called, "Someone Was Here: Profiles in the AIDS Epidemic".
My article ran in May 1985. But AIDS didn't keep its part of the bargain. - George Whitmore, The New York Times Magazine.
George Whitmore (September 27, 1945 – April 19, 1989) was an American playwright, novelist, and poet. George Whitmore was born on September 27, 1945, in Denver, Colorado. His parents were Lowell Whitmore and Irene Davis. Whitmore graduated from MacMurray College in 1967, where he "received a BA degree in English and Theatre", and he attended graduate school at Bennington College for one year.
Someone Was Here Profiles in the AIDS Epidemic by George Whitmore and Publisher Open Road Media. Publisher: Open Road Media. eText ISBN: 9781480455078, 1480455075. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781480455078, 1480455075.
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Someone Was Here: Profiles in the AIDS Epidemic (1988).
Someone Was Here: Profiles in the AIDS Epidemic (1988). National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, .
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