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Born in 1943 in Virginia against a backdrop of the civil rights movement and black power struggle, Arthur Ashe discovered tennis - a white man's sport - in the segregated South. Defeating racial prejudice, in 1963 he was representing the US at the Davis Cup matches when the US was exploding with violence over civil rights. He went on to win the US Open in 1968 and the Wimbledon men's singles title in 1975. The same qualities in overcoming the odds with courage and dignity are mirrored in Ashe's more recent ordeal - his ...

Days of Grace: A Memoir 1994, Thorndike Press, Thorndike, ME

ISBN-13: 9780816158843

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Days of Grace: A Memoir 1994, Chivers Large print (Chivers, Windsor, Paragon & C, Bath

ISBN-13: 9780745176635

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Days of Grace: A Memoir 1994, Turtleback Books

ISBN-13: 9780606310840

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Days of Grace: A Memoir 1993, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780679423966

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Days of Grace: A Memoir 1993, William Heinemann Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780434033010

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Days of Grace: A Memoir 1993, Random House Audio Publishing Group, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780679424345

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Days of Grace: A Memoir 1993, G. K. Hall & Company

ISBN-13: 9780816158836

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