Buddies

Buddies (Volume 2 of 5)

Ethan Mordden

St. Martin's Griffin

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"What unites us, all of us, surely is brotherhood, a sense that our friendships are historic, designed to hold Stonewall together," muses on character in Ethan Mordden's Buddies. This need for friendship, for nonerotic affection, for buddies, shines forth as an American obsession from Moby-Dick through Of Mice and Men to The Sting. And American gay life has built upon and cherished these relationships, even as it has dared-perhaps its most startling iconoclasm-to break new ground by combining romance and friendship: one's lover is one's buddy.

This book is about those relationships-mostly gay but some straight and even a few between gays and straights. Here also are fathers and brothers and stories of men in their youth, when rivalry often develops more naturally than alliance. In Buddies Mordden continues to map the unstoried wilderness of gay life today.

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Praise for Buddies

"[This viewer has] considerable admiration for the collection." --The New York Times Book Review

"There are too few writers who can turn a phrase with as much wit and style as Ethan Mordden. You are dealing with an unusually major talent." --Torso

"Undeniable an outstanding gay writer, with Manhattan to the Pines as his turf." --Kirkus

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Ethan Mordden

Ethan Mordden is the author of dozens of books, both fiction and nonfiction. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker and numerous other magazines and journals. He lives in Manhattan.

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Buddies
Ethan Mordden

Trade Paperback

Trade Paperback
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin
June 1987
Trade Paperback
ISBN: 9780312010058
ISBN10: 0312010052
5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, 240 pages
$17.99
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