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During the 1970s-upon the insistence of my mentor, the late Earl E. Thorpe, we determined that psychohistory would help me understand more fully the depth of the mental and physical scars of racism and slavery. Out of this came the publications of a number of essays in major periodicals and journals on Jim Jones, (Guyana), James Jones (Minister), John Chavis, and Zora Neal Hurston. Unpublished essays included are psychohistorical studies of Paul Laurence Dunbar.
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Book Description Gateway Press Inc, Baltimore, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Hardcover. Fine in navy blue cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Clean, bright interior. In light blue dust jacket with black title to spine and front cover. Light soiling to jacket and closed tear with small loss to foot of spine of jacket. 484 pages. POE/090315. Seller Inventory # 28617
Book Description Book orders to G.H. Hudson, 1999. Unknown Binding. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG1893574008