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Foreigners: three English lives

Foreigners: three English lives

Phillips, Caryl

The stories of three black men whose tragic lives speak resoundingly to the place and role of the foreigner in English society: Francis Barber, who was 'given' to Samuel Johnson, Randolph Turpin, Britain's first black world champion boxer, and David Oluwale, whose death at the hands of the police in 1969 was a wake-up call to the nation

Paperback, Book. English.
Published London: Vintage, 2008
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Statement of responsibility: Caryl Phillips
ISBN: 009948885X, 9780099488859
Note: Originally published: London: Harvill Secker, 2007.
Physical Description: 261 p. ; 20 cm.
Subject: Barber, Frank, d. 1801.; Great Britain Race relations.; Immigrants Great Britain Biography.; Oluwale, David, 1930 or 1-1969.; Great Britain Social conditions.; Blacks Great Britain Biography.; Turpin, Randolph.