Manchild in the promised land

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Macmillan, 1965 - Social Science - 415 pages
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"I want to talk about the first Northern urban generation of Negroes. I want to talk about the experiences of a misplaced generation, of a misplaced people in an extremely complex, confused society. This is a story of their searching, their dreams, their sorrows, their small and futile rebellions, and their endless battle to establish their own place in America's greatest metropolis--and in America itself."--Foreword, p. 7.

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User Review  - Adrian Ennis - Goodreads

great book, provided great perspective on this mans life and reminded me that in life it is worth fighting for success despite the many obstacles one may encounter Read full review

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User Review  - Drew - Goodreads

Times change. And with the changing times comes a change in perspective. So while Claude Brown's memoir may have been revelatory in its day today it now reads like a self-congratulatory autobiography ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
9
Section 3
44
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