The Tao of Muhammad Ali

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Three Rivers Press, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 308 pages
Muhammad Ali is the greatest boxer the world has ever known and the most charismatic athlete of all time. Adored by millions, Ali is a role model and symbol of courage to us all. Davis Miller was a small, sickly child mourning the loss of his mother when he first encountered Ali. From this meeting, there developed a strong personal relationship that has lasted more than thirty years. Brilliantly weaving Ali's story with his own coming-of-age memoir, Miller captures the true meaning of hero worship, fathers and sons, and strength through wisdom.

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Davis Miller's writing has appeared in "Rolling Stone, "Men's Journal, "Esquire, "Sport magazine, "Sports Illustrated and other periodicals. His first published story, "My Dinner with Ali" was voted by the Sunday Magazine Editors Association to be the best essay published in a newspaper magazine in the USA in 1989. He lives in North Carolina.

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