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Hey Ho Its the White Negro

Philip Gardella

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508 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 1.1in.Hey! Ho! Its the White Negro! is a not so contemporary true storyabout a white boys odyssey (from his grammar school days in the late fifties tothe present day) to find the meaning of life while having to struggle with allof its prejudices and the many deceptive women he meets along the way. Thetitle directly reflects how he found himself caught in between both sides ofone of societys biggest ills, and indirectly the women who changed him from anave romantic into the seasoned veteran he eventually becomes towards theopposite sex, because of their disingenuous ways. It is written entirely fromhis experiences as a streetwise kid to adulthood, and, although it is not atame portrayal of what his life was like, it is a highly entertainingpage-turner that would fascinate even the harshest cynic. In this politically correct worldin which we live in, this tale boasts not only of the hypocrisy of correctness, but the fallacy of incorrectness as well, as he learns to deal with theinconsistencies of both views while trying to stay true to himself--A modern day No Man is an Island. This first person narrative isnot only an account of the quandary he found himself in (in being the WhiteNegro) but also relates all the hair raising exploits he got into (some veryhumorous) as they were the outlet he needed to forget about the total insanitythat surrounded him. Along the way of this arduousjourney he set forth for himself he recalls all the trials and tribulationsthat he felt were the important ingredients, whichcontributed to what ultimately became a full awareness of who he was, and towhat he had learned while on this quest. Not only the hardships heendured, but also the camaraderie he formed with five unique individuals, aneffervescent in-law, and a sport, which had the most therapeutic effect on himthat no analyst could have ever accomplished. The power of Hey!Ho! Its the White Negro! comes from its main theme that compasses whatmost humans--on the surface--would neve This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781418407827

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Title: Hey Ho Its the White Negro

Publisher: Authorhouse

Binding: Paperback

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"Hey! Ho! It's the White Negro!" is a not so contemporary true storyabout a white boys odyssey (from his grammar school days in the late fifties tothe present day) to find the meaning of life while having to struggle with allof its prejudices and the many deceptive women he meets along the way. Thetitle directly reflects how he found himself caught in between both sides ofone of society's biggest ills, and indirectly the women who changed him from anave romantic into the seasoned veteran he eventually becomes towards theopposite sex, because of their disingenuous ways. It is written entirely fromhis experiences as a streetwise kid to adulthood, and, although it is not atame portrayal of what his life was like, it is a highly entertainingpage-turner that would fascinate even the harshest cynic. In this politically correct worldin which we live in, this tale boasts not only of the hypocrisy of correctness,but the fallacy of incorrectness as well, as he learns to deal with theinconsistencies of both views while trying to stay true to himself--A modern day┐ "No Man is an Island."This first person narrative isnot only an account of the quandary he found himself in (in being the "WhiteNegro") but also relates all the hair raising exploits he got into (some veryhumorous) as they were the outlet he needed to forget about the total insanitythat surrounded him. Along the way of this arduousjourney he set forth for himself he recalls all the trials and tribulationsthat he felt were the important ingredients, whichcontributed to what ultimately became a full awareness of who he was, and towhat he had learned while on this quest. Not only the hardships heendured, but also the camaraderie he formed with five unique individuals, aneffervescent in-law, and a sport, which had the most therapeutic effect on himthat no analyst could have ever accomplished. The power of┐ "Hey!Ho! It's the White Negro!" comes from its main theme that compasses whatmost humans--on the surface--would neve

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Phil Gardellawas raised in East Meadow, New Yorka suburb on Long Island. A graduate of East Meadow High Schoolwhere he majored in English and this is his first novel. His other interestsinclude basketball, baseball, and boxing, where he won a medal in the GoldenGloves tournament sponsored by the New York Daily News. He is divorced with onedaughter, and presently lives on Long Island.

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