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Books tell you why, inc main navigation rare books browse all holly - 1st edition/1st printing albert french. Albert french (born 1944) american author and publisher whose works, mainly focusing on the rural life of african americans, are known for their intensity and distinctive style, and have been translated into several languages. Albert french was born in pittsburgh, pennsylvania in 1943 at age nineteen, he enlisted in the marine corps during his six-year career in the military, he served in the vietnam war, where he suffered a life-threatening injury in 1965 french also had to cope with the loss of several friends who.
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