Both Sides of the Moon

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Jimmy understands all about belonging and not belonging. He sees himself as part of both sides of the moon: ...k ind of black man, sort of nigger, in my own country, and kind of white, sort of The Man, by the other half of me. I am torn, yet I am more whole since I am of both ...' He is part of a fractured family, and it's only when he learns about his forebear - a brave warrior who became an outcast from his tribe - that he begins to understand the darker implications of his heritage.

Both Sides Of The Moon 2001, Random House Australia, Milsons Point

ISBN-13: 9780091841812

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Both Sides Of The Moon 2000, Vintage New Zealand, Auckland

ISBN-13: 9781869414436

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Both Sides Of The Moon 1999, Random House Australia, Milsons Point

ISBN-13: 9780091835606

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Both Sides of the Moon 1998, Vintage Books USA

ISBN-13: 9781869413620

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