9 edition of Member of the club found in the catalog.
|Statement||Lawrence Otis Graham.|
|LC Classifications||E185.615 .G67 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 300 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||300|
|LC Control Number||95007980|
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An uncompromising work that will challenge the mindset of every reader, Member of the Club is a searching book of essays ranging from examining life as a black Princetonian and corporate lawyer to exploring life as a black busboy at an all white by: 8.
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The club members were selected according to their backgrounds and abilities. The Club`s intention was that thinking people, from different walks of life, would provide stimulating conversation and exposure to new ideas.
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The Club was no ordinary collection of drinking buddies. Rather, it represented an astonishing assembly of talent and accomplishment. Members included Johnson as well as James Boswell, Edmund.
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In Member of the Club, a searing book of essays ranging from examining life as a black Princetonian and corporate lawyer to exploring life as a black busboy at an all-white country club, Graham 4/5(1).
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When its members call, Kate is compelled to answer—and serve each one in an endless quest for satisfaction. An uncompromising work that will challenge the mindset of every reader, Member of the Club is a searching book of essays ranging from examining life as a black Princetonian and corporate lawyer to exploring life as a black busboy at an all white country-club.4/5(38).
A collection of essays that examines the complexities of being a black achiever in a society that often fails to look beyond skin color. Graham, a corporate lawyer and journalist, is a scion of the black elite. Raised in the white, upper-middle-class environs of Westchester County in New York, he is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law : Lawrence Otis Graham.
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Informed and driven by his experience as an upper-middle-class African American who lives and works in a predominately white environment, provocative author Lawrence Otis Graham offers a unique perspective on the subject of race.
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