My Life with Martin Luther King, Jr.

by Coretta Scott King

Hardcover, 1969


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Holt Rinehart Winston (1969), Edition: 1st, 372 pages


An inside look at the life and work of the noted civil rights leader, from the viewpoint of his wife Coretta Scott King.

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LibraryThing member robertswipe
It's one thing to attempt to fictionalise the life of one of the most important figures of late 20th Century history, but to do so by pretending to have actually known the person - attempting to persuade the sceptical reader that there was even some degree of *intimacy* between author and subject simply beggars belief. Especially when the author so evidently insists on ignoring the fact that her subject was tragically assassinated on 4th April 1968. I mean. Even *U* *bloody* *2* Ggot that bit right...… (more)
LibraryThing member mahallett
a very good story. kids would like it. did mlk really have so many extramarital affairs? that must have made it hard for her to write this. i heard that csk was quite a difficult woman.
what is the other reviewer talking about?


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372 p.


0030810221 / 9780030810220

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