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Pagan's Father

Pagan s Father A Lambda Literary Award finalist Pagan s Father explores a timely and important issue gay parenting The reader is taken on a dramatic journey in which Leo Young must confront the passions and opinion

  • Title: Pagan's Father
  • Author: Michael Arditti
  • ISBN: 9781569471838
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Lambda Literary Award finalist, Pagan s Father explores a timely and important issue gay parenting The reader is taken on a dramatic journey in which Leo Young must confront the passions and opinions of his peers and the legal system and fight not only for the right of sexual preference but for the custody and care of the young girl he helped raise and dearly loves.

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      Published :2019-09-03T10:16:06+00:00

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    1. A story of a bereaved companion of the mother of the child Pagan and his battle for custody of the child with her parents. Common themes of Michael Arditti's work are homosexuality and its place in society, child safety and abuse, a spell in jail for the protagonist, and a positive outcome for the sympathetic characters in the novel. Absent is the debate on religion so much to the fore in Easter and The Enemy of the Good.


    2. i read this as a read onlymeone had it before it was officially released was a great read i couldn't put it down really went a long way in reinforcing how i wanted to be read. i want to be heard this author has a great voice


    3. i thought I could get through it in short spurts on the treadmill but half way through i gave up. i will never understand why men think women with no moral center are interesting


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