Boyhood, growing up male: a multicultural anthology

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Franklin Abbott
Crossing Press, Oct 1, 1993 - Psychology - 297 pages
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Although the general patterns of growing up male are similar in all cultures, there are subtle and enlightening differences. This collection includes accounts by Thomas Moore, Robert Bly, Arthur Levine, Jerrold Ladd, John Silva, Fred Wei-han Ho, Obi Zikora, and others representing a variety of heritages.

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Contents

GETTING GENDERED
4
My War Story Shepherd Bliss
12
Arms and the Boy John Gilgun
20
Reflections on a Biafran Boyhood Ike Anyanike 11
31
A Personal Exploration into the Politics of Boyhood
40
How Do We Eat When We Dont Know
46
Capturing Knowing Jan Nathan Long
56
The Greater God Rakesh Ratti
65
The Magic Whistle Arthur A Levine
143
When My Father Hit Me Bob Shelby
150
From Chicago John Gill
159
Poor and Poorer Jerrold Ladd
185
From Banana to ThirdWorld Marxist
195
Bottom Land Don Carroll
217
First Loves JeffBeane
229
The World Crashes In Daniel J DeNoon
235

Where the Pain is Buried Richard Newman
75
When Mommy Breaks Down B Michael Hunter
83
Godly Flames Carlos Velazquez
89
We Moved a Lot Neal King
95
Aunt Dot Cary Alan Johnson
105
Iyay John Silva
116
All Clear JohnMifsud
131
The Names Edward Field
242
Finding the Light and Keeping It in Front of
248
Magic Imagination and the Loving Male Jerry Rosco
261
Dream Branches Stephen Silha
267
The Dream of Pink Dolphins Leandro Barros Vianna
278
Away from the Shore Franklin Abbott
292
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