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The extraordinary life of an ordinary man
|LC Classifications||CT275.B58215 A3 2003|
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|LC Control Number||2003020895|
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The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man: A Memoir: Bronx Boy, Social Justice Attorney, Carter Administration Official, International Development Official, and Hollywood Producer - Kindle edition by Hirshen, Al, Stendhal, Renate.
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He only has one friend - his cat. He works at a factory but he does not really like his job, and one day he meets a very strange old man.A Voolume Audio prod.
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An Ordinary Man: An Autobiography, though, isn't a book about the Rwandan massacre; it's a book about Paul Rusesabagina's experience of it/5().An Extraordinary Ordinary Man recounts the life story of St. John’s native Edgar House, told in his own words in An introduction by his son—the sociologist Doug House—situates Edgar’s life story in the context of 20th century Newfoundland society and memoir literature.
Edgar lived through the major historical events of the 20th century in Newfoundland, from World War I to.