The Man Who Changed His Skin
The Man Who Changed His Skin0 0 5 Scritto da: Harry Stephen Keeler
The story of his frantic odyssey in search of his former life could only have sprung from the anarchic imagination of Harry Stephen Keeler.
NOTE: This book is not politically correct by current standards. It contains language and ideas relevant to the age in which it is set (1855) and was written in the 1930s, a less progressive time. It is dated, but remains a fascinating artifact of its era. Although it deals with race, it is decided anti-racism (which may be why it remained unpublished until discovered among Harry Stephen Keeler’s papers).
A note to the sensitive: the language is of its time period and it is not policitally correct by contemporary standards.
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