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Three lives intersect, beautifully, in 'Against Gravity'

By Lylah M. Alphonse
Globe Staff / February 2, 2006

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HIV-positive, irritatingly melodramatic, and bitter about being ''pushed out" of life by tuberculosis, Madison Kirby is ripe for redemption, and he's decided that his new neighbor is his savior. ''There was hope. There was hope," he says. ''There was a small woman with large dark eyes who could save me. Yes, she was the only one who could save me. ... (Full article: 596 words)

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