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Finding freedom : writings from death row / Jarvis Jay Masters.

By: Masters, Jarvis Jay, 1962- [author]Junction City, California : Padma Publishing, ©1997Description: xxi, 179 pages ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 188184708X (Paperback)Subject(s): Masters, Jarvis Jay, 1962- -- Correspondence | Prisoners' writings, American -- California -- San Quentin | Prisoners -- Literary collectionsDDC classification: 920
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Sanctuary Mourning exercise Finding freedom

"Finding freedom is a deeply moving, life-affirming memoir written from the netherworld of San Quentin's Death Row. Offering us stories that are sometimes sad, funny, poignant, revelatory, frightening, soul-stirring, painful, and up-lifting, Jarvis Masters traces his remarkable spiritual growth in an environment whee despair and death are constant companions. His book is a testament to the tenacity of the human spirit and the talent of a fine writer." Robert Allen, Senior Editor of The Black Scholar, Coeditor of Brotherman: The Odyssey of Black Men in America. [BOOK COVER]

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