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A Lesson Before Dying

La conscience, La vision de Dante (1853)

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        StatementTandem Library
        PublishersTandem Library
        LC ClassificationsOctober 1999
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 99 p. :
        Number of Pages96
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100785769811

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And in 1948, around the time of the events of A Lesson Before Dying, segregation in public universities was outlawed--a decision that greatly affected African-Americans like Grant and Vivian, who sought education and professional training. Sister Prejean: Then Gaines takes us into the viewpoints from different people-the words spreading from the people that the chair had arrived.

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He has also been awarded a MacArthur Foundation grant, for writings of "rare historical resonance. He was arrested and tried for murder. Miss Emma wants the local school teacher, Grant Wiggins, to instruct the doomed young man—perhaps enlighten him—so that he might go to the electric chair with some dignity.