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Author: Joan Baez
ISBN: 44955
Pages: 160
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Publisher: The Dial Press
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback
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Per online review: Collection of reminiscences and thoughts in this 1968 book which reflect the philosophy of a well-known folk singer and political activist. Joan Baez writes of her life as a crystal teardrop. A book full ofcomparisons, with a message to the rest of the world. She said that someone told her it would be risky to write about Jesus, but she wrote about Him anyway. This is her story.
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Loved this book.
Admirers/Fans of Joan Baez will enjoy these first writings of hers.