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(Re)Born in the USA : how America saved my life

Author: Roger Bennett
Publisher: New York : Dey Street, 2021.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Biography : English : First Dey Street edition
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"One-half of the celebrated Men in Blazers duo, longtime culture and soccer commentator Roger Bennett traces the origins of his love affair with America, and how he went from a depraved, pimply faced Jewish boy in 1980's Liverpool to become the quintessential Englishman in New York"--
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Biographies
Biography
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Bennett, Roger, 1970-
(Re)Born in the USA
New York : Dey Street, 2021.
(DLC) 2021000545
Named Person: Roger Bennett
Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Roger Bennett
ISBN: 9780062958730 0062958739 9780062958723 0062958720 9780062958747 0062958747
OCLC Number: 1237650418
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Amber waves of... rain --
Spaghetti scarlet letter --
Bullshit baffles brains --
Feathered hair fantasies --
"Just locker room talk" --
Think once, think twice... duck --
The other American revolution --
Bar mitzvah disco --
The Pepsi choice --
The king takes America --
The fat knacker's words of wisdom --
The funky chicken --
Like a Rolling stone --
Crockett's theme --
My American twin --
The goers go --
Beef, democracy, and freedom --
Game show winner --
Twenty-one on Glencoe Beach --
Don't you... forget about me --
Midnight with the fridge --
The end is the beginning --
New Rog in town --
The transformation of Titty Thomson --
Leveling up --
Bigmouth strikes --
Liverpool College Breaking Crew --
The big show --
The wake-up bell --
The Beastie Boys and the Liverpool welcome --
We've got to make a decision.
Responsibility: Roger Bennett.

Abstract:

"One-half of the celebrated Men in Blazers duo, longtime culture and soccer commentator Roger Bennett traces the origins of his love affair with America, and how he went from a depraved, pimply faced Jewish boy in 1980's Liverpool to become the quintessential Englishman in New York"--

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"Fast, funny and often endearing. . . a candid and funny account of growing up in the wrong country and making it right." -- <em>Wall Street Journal Read more...

 
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