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Coles, Robert

Published by Doubleday - Anchor Press, Garden City, New York (1975)

ISBN 10: 0385099002 ISBN 13: 9780385099004

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From: Don's Book Store (Albuquerque, NM, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Doubleday - Anchor Press, Garden City, New York, 1975. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: Near Fine. Harris, Alex - Photographs (illustrator). First Paperback Edition. 104 Pages. Tight straight book with an owner's name label inside the front cover. Originally published in hardback by UNM Press in 1973. No other marks or stamps. An eloquent and perceptive book about an extraordinary group of older Americans, written by the man of whom Time said, 'his astonishing volume of publications has made him the most influential living psychiatrist in the United States.' Robert Coles's transcriptions of his interviews with the Old Ones combine with Alex Harris's photographs of their ageless faces to remind us that it is still possible to grow old with dignity. 'If they are old Spanish-speaking inhabitants of one state, they are also Americans who in many ways resemble others of their age elsewhere, regardless of racial or ethnic background. On the other hand, I believe they themselves express those qualities of mind, heart and spirit that distinguish them from some of the rest of us.' - from the Introduction. Contents in Five Chapters: Introduction, Two Languages, One Soul, Una Anciana, La Necesidad, The Age of a Reputation, and The Old Church the Spanish Church, the American Church. Robert Coles is a child psychiatrist and writer who went to New Mexico under a Ford Foundation grant in 1972 to work with Chicano children there. This book is the result of series of interviews he held wit the older residents of the area. Among Dr. Cole's many other books is the Children of Crisis series for which he receivd a Pulitzer Prize in 1973. Among the many awards he has received is the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1998. His book is Illustrated with two 16 page sections (32 pages total) of black and white photographs by Alex Harris. Harris' photographs of rural Southerners were exhibited at the Carolina Sumposium of the South where he and Coles met. Seller Inventory # 12070

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