?Guibert writes on AIDS with distinction, and with a sense of imaginative daring rarely equalled in English-speaking culture? New Statesman ?Throughout, his sumptuously translated words grace his memories intermixed with dreams, giving English readers another fine remembrance of a fine writer? Booklist
About the Author
Hervé Guibert was one of France's most gifted and controversial writers. His novels include My Parents, Gangsters, and To the Friend who did not Save my Life, a moving novel on the last days of Michel Foucault, a close friend, who died of AIDS. Guibert himself died of AIDS in 1991.