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10 thoughts on “The Muhammad Ali Reader

  1. says:

    A chronological series of essays on and interviews with The Greatest from the 1960s to the 1990s Early's less than panegyric introduction talks about Ali's near illiteracy deconstructs the martyr image and says that in his old age Ali brings out the insipidness of victimology Rather cutting what? Well the book gives a well rounded look at Ali the man as well as his career with interesting bits from Hunter Th

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    A lot of great material about a great subject with some really shitty editing and a pretty confusing introduction that tries to put everything

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    The Hunter S Thompson piece is just great

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    Hunter S Thompson piece was the best one Good essays about several stages in Ali's life

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    Norman Mailer and Hunter S Thompson are so insufferable that I couldn't finish the abridgedadapted versions of their short form pieces about Muhammad Ali I maybe skimmed a couple other pieces too but only Mailer Thompson stuck out Ugh

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    Read this for a class I definitely appreciated getting read so many different perspectives on Ali I especially liked reading some of the interviews he did particularly one he did with playboy magazine

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    A great book but what ticked me off was that the editor of the book didn't include about 13 of the articles in their entirety HST's piece I can

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    Fun but tad too reverential Ali was compelling incredibly charismatic but complex Early chose some interesting selections in this collection of articles written over this course of his life so far But for me didn't really ge

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    Biog A3985e 1999

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    I really enjoyed this book mostly since it was such a well put together and comprehensive collage of the life of the most famous man of the twentieth century Muhammad Ali passed away not too long ago and I had always wanted to read about him mostly since I hadn’t been alive for his heyday due to my only being sixteen years old This book is put together in a style all it’s own; with multiple authors and excerpts from plenty of different

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Download ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Gerald Early

Muhammad Ali is The Greatest From Heavyweight Champion of the World to his ongoing battle with Parkinson's disease Ali has captured the imagination of our finest writers and won admiration and scrutiny the world over With sixteen pages of classic photographs this collection brings together thirty two essays intervi. A lot of great material about a great subject with some really shitty editing and a pretty confusing introduction that tries to put everything in perspective but is actually just kind of shambling and aimless

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The Muhammad Ali Reader

Ews and articles by the best contemporary sportswriters and literary journalists Spanning four decades these pieces chronicle the highs and lows of Ali's career his first pro fight in New York; his affiliation with the Nation of Islam his epic battles with Joe Frazier and George Forman; his Vietnam draft refusal an. Read this for a class I definitely appreciated getting read so many different perspectives on Ali I especially liked reading some of the interviews he did particularly one he did with playboy magazine

Download ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Gerald Early

D the subseuent stripping of his title; and his ultimate return to the spotlight at the 1996 Olympics memorable milestones in a truly extraordinary lifeAwe inspiring controversial and beloved Muhammad Ali the man and the legend comes out swinging in a collective portrait that is as illuminating as it is celebratory. Biog A3985e 1999