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Eastern Standard is a play by Richard Greenberg written in 1989. The play concerns several professionals living in the 1980s and finding their Yuppie lives meaningless. One character, a writer, suffers from AIDS.
Isn’t It Romantic, written by Wasserstein in 1984. Like The Heidi Chronicles, it employs an episodic structure and music to set the tone of the play. The plot centers around two women and the choices they make for personal fulfillment.
In the Company of Woman: Voices from the Women’s Movement (1998), edited by Bonnie Watkins and Nina Rothchild, is a collection of essays. They tell the stories of eighty-three women and their experiences in the women’s movement from the 1960s to the present.
The AIDS Crisis: A Documentary (1998), edited by Douglas Feldman and Julia Wang Miller, is a comprehensive study charting the history of the disease.
The Guerilla Girls’ Bedside Companion to the History of Western Art, published by The Guerilla Girls (a group of women artists). This book is a feminist history of art and includes many women artists.
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