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by Wayne Greenhaw

Free eBook Montgomery: The River City download ISBN: 1880216531
Author: Wayne Greenhaw
Publisher: River City Publishing (October 1, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 217
Category: Historical
Subcategory: Americas
Size MP3: 1431 mb
Size FLAC: 1648 mb
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Wayne Greenhaw is the critically acclaimed author of 17 books, including .

Wayne Greenhaw is the critically acclaimed author of 17 books, including Beyond the Night, My Heart Is in the Earth, and The Spider's Web. His work has appeared in The Miami Herald, The New York Times, and Reader's Digest. Growing up in a segregated city like Montgomery, he naturally assumed that Negroes were treated in the same way everywhere else. But in his travels he discovered that this simply was not the case.

Through a series of books on y Montgomery: The River City (2002) and The Thunder of Angels (2006), written with Donnie Williams about the bus boycott, Greenhaw became recognized as that city's premier historian. His last book, Fighting the Devil in Dixie, focusing on courageous civil rights attorneys' struggle with the KKK, is thought to be his best. His writings on the civil rights movement are passionate and informed, as he knew most of the ns, lawyers-on both sides, personally.

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In a shorter version, Wayne Greenhaw's title novella, "The Spider's Web," won the national Hackney Literary Award for short stories. Greenhaw is also author of several stageplays and a screenplay of his novel, The Long Journey. He lives in Montgomery, Alabama, with his wife, Sally. Many of the related short stories were originally published in literary quarterlies.

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