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The Contender : and related readings. [print]

By: Lipsyte, Robert [author]Contributor(s): McDougal LittellMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Literature connectionsPublication details: Evanston, Illinois : McDougal Littell, (c)1997. Description: 246 pages ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0395833582; 9780395833582Subject(s): Boxing stories | Boxing -- Fiction | African Americans -- Fiction | New York (State) -- New York -- HarlemLOC classification: PZ7.C668 1997PZ7.L67.L767.C668 1997COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Contender Robert Lipsyte Seventh round James Merrill Fury Ernesto Bethancourt Story of my life Helen Keller Crown of Wild Olive Rosemary Sutcliff Rights to the Streets of Memphis Richard Wright Joan Benoit: U.S. Olympic Marathon Gold Medalist Rina Ferrarelli Muhammad Ali Bill Littlefield To the field goal kicker in a slump Linda Pastan.
Summary: An African-American youth desperately wants to prove that he can be somebody.
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An African-American youth desperately wants to prove that he can be somebody.

Contender Robert Lipsyte Seventh round James Merrill Fury Ernesto Bethancourt Story of my life Helen Keller Crown of Wild Olive Rosemary Sutcliff Rights to the Streets of Memphis Richard Wright Joan Benoit: U.S. Olympic Marathon Gold Medalist Rina Ferrarelli Muhammad Ali Bill Littlefield To the field goal kicker in a slump Linda Pastan.

Contender written by Robert Lipsyte.

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