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Lee Cotton is a black boy born white-skinned in segre-gated Eureka, Mississippi, in 1950. Over the course of Lee´s first twenty years, he will fall in love with the daughter of a local Klansman, get kicked senseless and left for dead on a freight train headed north, end up in St. Louis as a white man, and be drafted into the psych-ops corps in Nevada. There, a drunken accident will separate Lee from another part of his identity and change his fate yet again. Before he returns to Mississippi, he will experience up close and personal the women´s liberation movement and the dawn of the Lesbian Nation. Lee Cotton´s voice--equal parts Delta Blues and Motown--takes us on an exhilarating freedom ride through America´s preoccupation with identity politics. His funny, forgiving charm ultimately embodies a serious message: The freaks and oddities of this world may well be divine. Cotton Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 01.10.2006 Buch (fremdspr.), Harvest Books, .200

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Cotton Lee Cotton is a black boy born white-skinned in segre-gated Eureka, Mississippi, in 1950. Over the course of Lee's first twenty years, he will fall in love with the daughter of a local Klansman, get kicked senseless and left for dead on a freight train headed north, end up in St. Louis as a white man, and be drafted into the psych-ops corps in Nevada. There, a drunken accident will separate Lee from another part of his identity and change his fate yet again. Before he returns to Mississippi, he will experience up close and personal the women's liberation movement and the dawn of the Lesbian Nation. Lee Cotton's voice--equal parts Delta Blues and Motown--takes us on an exhilarating freedom ride through America's preoccupation with identity politics. His funny, forgiving charm ultimately embodies a serious message: The freaks and oddities of this world may well be divine. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-0-15-603045-8, Harvest Books

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Lee Cotton is a black boy born white-skinned in segre-gated Eureka, Mississippi, in 1950. Over the course of Lee´s first twenty years, he will fall in love with the daughter of a local Klansman, get kicked senseless and left for dead on a freight train headed north, end up in St. Louis as a white man, and be drafted into the psych-ops corps in Nevada. There, a drunken accident will separate Lee from another part of his identity and change his fate yet again. Before he returns to Mississippi, he will experience up close and personal the women´s liberation movement and the dawn of the Lesbian Nation. Lee Cotton´s voice--equal parts Delta Blues and Motown--takes us on an exhilarating freedom ride through America´s preoccupation with identity politics. His funny, forgiving charm ultimately embodies a serious message: The freaks and oddities of this world may well be divine. Cotton Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Harvest Books

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Lee Cotton is a black boy born white-skinned in segre-gated Eureka, Mississippi, in 1950. Over the course of Lee's first twenty years, he will fall in love with the daughter of a local Klansman, get kicked senseless and left for dead on a freight train headed north, end up in St. Louis as a white man, and be drafted into the psych-ops corps in Nevada. There, a drunken accident will separate Lee from another part of his identity and change his fate yet again. Before he returns to Mississippi, he will experience up close and personal the women's liberation movement and the dawn of the Lesbian Nation. Lee Cotton's voice--equal parts Delta Blues and Motown--takes us on an exhilarating freedom ride through America's preoccupation with identity politics. His funny, forgiving charm ultimately embodies a serious message: The freaks and oddities of this world may well be divine. Cotton Wilson, Christopher, Harvest Books

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Cotton

Lee Cotton is a black boy born white-skinned in segre-gated Eureka, Mississippi, in 1950. Over the course of Lee's first twenty years, he will fall in love with the daughter of a local Klansman, get kicked senseless and left for dead on a freight train headed north, end up in St. Louis as a white man, and be drafted into the psych-ops corps in Nevada. There, a drunken accident will separate Lee from another part of his identity and change his fate yet again. Before he returns to Mississippi, he will experience up close and personal the women's liberation movement and the dawn of the Lesbian Nation. Lee Cotton's voice--equal parts Delta Blues and Motown--takes us on an exhilarating freedom ride through America's preoccupation with identity politics. His funny, forgiving charm ultimately embodies a serious message: The freaks and oddities of this world may well be divine.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780156030458
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0156030454
Paperback
Publishing year: 2006
Publisher: HARVEST BOOKS
314 Pages
Weight: 0,299 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780156030458

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