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The Man Who Changed His Skin - Fensch, Thomas C.
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: NEW CENTURY BOOKS], The Man Who Changed His Skin" is the first complete biography of John Howard Griffin. Griffin journeyed from Texas to France alone at 15, to study, in 1935. When the Nazis invaded France, he helped get French, German ands Austrian Jews to safety. Before he was 21 he was on Gestapo death lists. He returned to the U.S., joined the Air Force and was stationed for a year on a remote South Pacific island. His eyesight was damaged in a Japanese air attack and he became blind for 10 years. Suddenly his eyesight came back. He then turned his skin black and traveled throughout the south in 1959-1960. His subsequent book, "Black Like Me" became an instant American classic and has been published in 65 countries. Griffin's personal diaries and journals are quoted extensively in this biography. This biography is published during the 50th anniversary year of "Black Like Me. Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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Paperback, [PU: NEW CENTURY BOOKS], "The Man Who Changed His Skin" is the first complete biography of John Howard Griffin. Griffin journeyed from Texas to France alone at 15, to study, in 1935. When the Nazis invaded France, he helped get French, German ands Austrian Jews to safety. Before he was 21 he was on Gestapo death lists. He returned to the U.S., joined the Air Force and was stationed for a year on a remote South Pacific island. His eyesight was damaged in a Japanese air attack and he became blind for 10 years. Suddenly his eyesight came back. He then turned his skin black and traveled throughout the south in 1959-1960. His subsequent book, "Black Like Me" became an instant American classic and has been published in 65 countries. Griffin's personal diaries and journals are quoted extensively in this biography. This biography is published during the 50th anniversary year of "Black Like Me.", Black & Asian Studies

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The Man Who Changed His Skin

"The Man Who Changed His Skin" is the first complete biography of John Howard Griffin. Griffin journeyed from Texas to France alone at 15, to study, in 1935. When the Nazis invaded France, he helped get French, German ands Austrian Jews to safety. Before he was 21 he was on Gestapo death lists. He returned to the U.S., joined the Air Force and was stationed for a year on a remote South Pacific island. His eyesight was damaged in a Japanese air attack and he became blind for 10 years. Suddenly his eyesight came back. He then turned his skin black and traveled throughout the south in 1959-1960. His subsequent book, "Black Like Me" became an instant American classic and has been published in 65 countries. Griffin's personal diaries and journals are quoted extensively in this biography. This biography is published during the 50th anniversary year of "Black Like Me."

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780983229612
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0983229619
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2011
Editeur: NEW CENTURY BOOKS
258 Pages
Poids: 0,381 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780983229612

ISBN - Autres types d'écriture:
0-9832296-1-9, 978-0-9832296-1-2


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