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by Martin Arthur,Bev Arthur

  • ISBN: 0894070541
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Martin Arthur,Bev Arthur
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Strawberry Hill Pr (January 1, 1986)
  • Pages: 216
  • ePub book: 1445 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1210 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 775

Description

It differs from similar autobiographies in that it is coauthored by Martin Arthur and his mother, Bev.

In answer to your question, Mom, yes, I am a homosexual. It differs from similar autobiographies in that it is coauthored by Martin Arthur and his mother, Bev. The counterpoint of their experiences and memories provides additional insight (and occasionally conundrum) for the reader. Martin was born in 1951 and has lived most of his life in Iowa, with some study abroad. This memoir would be an intriguing read for anyone who is interested in coming-out stories.

See if your friends have read any of Bev Arthur's books. Bev Arthur’s Followers. None yet. Bev Arthur. Mama's Boy by. Bev Arthur, Martin Arthur.

St. John Fisher College.

Arthur S. Martin (died 1 February 1996) was a member of the British intelligence community and a primary investigator in the spy scandals in the post-war era. Martin became head of the D1 Section of D Branch (Investigations) of the Security Service (henceforth MI5) in 1960, and worked with Peter Wright on various investigations, including those into Roger Hollis and Anthony Blunt. These events are described in detail in Nigel West's Molehunt and Peter Wright's Spycatcher.

Arthur Martin was born in Woodbridge, VA. but has lived in the Pacific Northwest for most of his life. Despite being a struggling college student, he does what he can to find the time to indulge in all things science fiction and fantasy. I've settled, currently, on the three books existing within the omnibus in their entirety, epilogues and all, with "Book breaks between them. I have a separate file where I've integrated the epilogues into chapters so that the entire tril.

Город: Bolton, EnglandПодписчиков: 1 ты. себе: ex-academic, writer, spiritual atheist. Co-author of And Did Those Feet.

One fee. Stacks of books.

Arthur and Marc are at play: they play with the values of traditional manliness - efficiency, authority, domination, glory, force, power, technical prowess. They privilege the unseen and the intuitive; pleasure and utopia; chance and doubt; slowness and languor

Arthur and Marc are at play: they play with the values of traditional manliness - efficiency, authority, domination, glory, force, power, technical prowess. They privilege the unseen and the intuitive; pleasure and utopia; chance and doubt; slowness and languor. Their favourite perversion is to illuminate the shadows that surround filth; to highlight the splendour of depravity; to glorify decadence. You can purchase FALLOS the book over here. com/watch?v oWFgXmhjif4.

"In answer to your question, Mom, yes, I am a homosexual." Thus begins an extraordinary document of the internal struggles and ultimate sense of understanding forged between a mother and her homosexual son. In point, counter-point fashion, Bev and Martin Arthur reveal how two members of the same family view homosexuality and the world in general through different lenses. Personal vignettes by mother and son show how each dealt with Martin's recently revealed homosexuality, and how the events that followed transformed them into best friends. An inspiring autobiographical account for all families faced with a similar challenge.

Comments

riki riki
4.5 stars

This memoir would be an intriguing read for anyone who is interested in coming-out stories. It differs from similar autobiographies in that it is coauthored by Martin Arthur and his mother, Bev. The counterpoint of their experiences and memories provides additional insight (and occasionally conundrum) for the reader. Martin was born in 1951 and has lived most of his life in Iowa, with some study abroad. The book was written in 1986, after Martin had been out for a number of years, so in some ways his coming-out experiences are tied to that era while in certain other aspects they are more universal.
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Mildly interesting memoirs of mother and (gay) son, but very little exploration
of either the son's coming to terms, or the mother's acceptance, or any other of the family members. Very little depth and insight in this area.
Just seemed like two people wanting to write their life story.