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Will the circle be unbroken? : reflections on death, rebirth, and hunger for a faith

Author: Studs Terkel
Publisher: New York : New Press : Distributed by W.W. Norton, 2001.
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From interviews with a Hiroshima survivor, AIDS caseworker, death-row parolee, police, firefighters, emergency health workers, doctors, nurses, writers, undertakers, clergy, etc., etc.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Studs Terkel
ISBN: 1565846923 9781565846920
OCLC Number: 48017102
Description: xxiv, 407 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Tom Gates, a retired fireman --
Bob Gates, a retired police officer --
Dr. Joseph Messer --
Dr. Sharon Sandell --
Dr. John Barrett --
Marc and Noreen Levison, a paramedic and a nurse --
Lloyd (Pete) Haywood, a former gangbanger --
Claire Hellstern, a nurse --
Ed Reardon, a paramedic --
Robert Soreghan, a homicide detective --
Delbert Lee Tibbs, a former death-row inmate --
Dr. Frank Raila --
Haskell Wexler, a cinematographer --
Tammy Snider, a Hiroshima survivor (hibakusha) --
V.I.M. (Victor Israel Marquez), a Vietnam vet --
Angelina Rossi, his mother --
Guadalupe Reyes, a mother --
Rev. Willie T. Barrow --
Father Leonard Dubi --
Rabbi Robert Marx --
Pastor Tom Kok --
Rev. Ed Townley --
Rick Rundle, a city sanitation worker --
Randy Beuscher, an associate architect --
Chaz Ebert, a lawyer --
Antoinette Korotko-Hatch, a church worker --
Karen Thompson, a student --
Dimitri Mihalas, an astronomer and physicist --
Hank Oettinger, a retired printer --
Ira Glass, a radio journalist --
Kid Pharaoh, a retired "collector" --
Quinn Brisben, a retired teacher --
Kurt Vonnegut, a writer --
Bruce Bendinger, an advertising executive and writer --
Doc Watson, a folksinger --
Vernon Jarrett, a journalist --
Peggy Terry, a retired mountain woman --
Bessie Jones, a Georgia Sea Island Singer (1972) --
Rosalie Sorrels, a traveling folksinger --
Tico Valle, a young man --
Lori Cannon, "curator" of the Open Hand Society --
Brian Matthews, an ex-bartender, writer for a gay weekly --
Jewell Jenkins, a hospital aide --
Justin Hayford, a journalist, musician --
Matta Kelly, a case manager --
Jim Hapgood --
Nancy Lanoue --
Dr. Gary Slutkin --
William Warfield, a singer and teacher --
Uta Hagen, an actress --
Mick Betancourt --
Carlos Cortez, a painter and poet --
Vine Deloria, a writer and teacher --
Helen Sclair, a cemetery familiar --
Steve Young, a father --
Maurine Young, a mother --
William Herdegen, an undertaker --
Rory Moina, a hospice nurse --
Mamie Mobley, a mother --
Dr. Marvin Jackson, a son --
Kathy Fagan and Linda Gagnon, mothers.
Responsibility: Studs Terkel.
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From interviews with a Hiroshima survivor, AIDS caseworker, death-row parolee, police, firefighters, emergency health workers, doctors, nurses, writers, undertakers, clergy, etc., etc.

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