"A graphic memoir and adapted oral history of Unit 371, an inpatient AIDS care hospital unit in Chicago that was in existence from 1985 to 2000. Examines the human costs of caregiving and the role art can play in the grieving process"--Provided by publisher.
Addresses the religious, metaphysical, and existential dimensions of French novelist Michel Houellebecq's work. Argues that Houellebecq is the foremost contemporary chronicler of the spiritual anxieties of Western and specifically French modernity.
Aneurin (Nye) Wright hasn&’t been on good terms with his father for a long time. When he receives a call on his birthday from his father, Neil, he isn&’t quite sure how to react. Neil has been diagnosed with emphysema and is &“certified for hospice,&” a six-month death... More Info
"A collection of essays weaving together theoretical insights from philosophy, sociology, economics, psychology, literature, and history, as well as the authors' personal narratives, to examine the forms and persistence of white privilege"--Provided by publisher.