Jazz Cleopatra: Josephine Baker in her time

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Doubleday, Sep 27, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 321 pages
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Follows the singer's rise from poverty and obscurity to international stardom against the backdrop of 1920's Paris and a Europe in the shadow of Hilter, and recounts her later civil rights activism and many adoptions

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Review: Jazz Cleopatra: Josephine Baker in Her Time

User Review  - Steven Spector - Goodreads

270 pages detailing the unique and diverse life of Josephine Baker is a gift for any reader interested in her persona and life in Paris in the 1920s and beyond. It's unbiased and yes Madame Josephine ... Read full review

Review: Jazz Cleopatra: Josephine Baker in Her Time

User Review  - M - Goodreads

Heartwrenching,Evicted from her home. Victorious. Heartwarming she adopted 13 children.Regal--pictures of Princes Grace smiling at her! Loving--grew more beautiful as she got older and didn't have to "clown". Read full review

Contents

PART ILETTING CO 192526
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Black Broadway Black Paris
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Top Banana
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Copyright

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