Virtually Normal: An Argument about Homosexuality. Andrew Sullivan.

Virtually Normal: An Argument about Homosexuality

New York: Knopf, 1995. Uncorrected Proof, which announces the first printing of 50,000 copies. Near Fine, with sunning to spine and a staple hole in upper right corner; the business card of Jane Garrett, Editor at Knopf and an Episcopal Priest, was stapled here and is inserted inside book. Sullivan was former editor of The New Republic and ardent blogger on his site The Dish, from which he retired in 2015 to return to long-form journalism. He is a conservative gay Roman Catholic and LGTB icon, and this book, Sullivan’s first, is a foundational text in the intellectual fight for gay rights and twenty years prior to the Supreme Court ruling that same-sex marriage was legal in 2015. Item #154

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