At Your Own Risk: A Saint's Testament
Hutchinson, 1992 - 138 ページ
While similary rooted in its author's daily life as Jarman's "Modern Nature", and similarly a testament to his rage and courage, this book goes beyond autobiography into the politics of sexuality and health care. A chronological scrapbook, it surveys the lif e of a man who grew up as a queer in the 1950s and 60s, became gay in the early 70s and has recently been transformed into a queer again. He has also come out for a second time, this time as having HIV. "A distinctly jolly martyr"
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Review: At Your Own Riskユーザー レビュー - Dan Humphrey - Goodreads
Most of what's here was published elsewhere earlier--in the book DANCING LEDGE, for instance--but worth picking up for completists or, perhaps, as an intro to Jarman's view at its most uncompromising. レビュー全文を読む
Review: At Your Own Risk: A Saint's Testamentユーザー レビュー - Madeline - Goodreads
I'm not sure how to rate this book, as it's a very specific kind of book, which will probably make you love it or hate it. So I understand why there are those five star reviews. At Your Own Risk is an ... レビュー全文を読む