This novel details the life of David Champlin, a Negro born in poverty in New Orleans in the depression, through his escape to college in the North ...Show synopsisThis novel details the life of David Champlin, a Negro born in poverty in New Orleans in the depression, through his escape to college in the North and finally to Oxford University, his continuing love affair with a white girl whom he eventually marries, his brief but brilliant legal and diplomatic career, his sacrifice of position and comfort to return to the South as a civil rights leader, and his tragic but triumphant end.Hide synopsis
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First of all, I am white and love to read books about african-americans. And this book is just that. It is also about civil rights.
I already had read it, but found out it was out of print and I couldn't find my copy which was very old. So I sent for this copy.
All I can say is that it is still my favorite book. I am definitely going to read it again, because it has been quite a while since I read it the first time.
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