Straight: An Introduction
Paul Gorman, Century Books, 2005
GEORGE ISN'T GOOD in the mornings. He strides out of his room, straight back, arms paddling by his side, in black. He catches your eye. You say: "Morning." He may grunt. He might say, mock-querulously, shortly and sharply: "Hello," pursing his lips as he does.
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