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Publisher Description

For those who hung around the streets, parks and bridges of Paris in the late 60's, the street artist, Maurice Utrillo, was an inspiration. In Utrillo's Children the author shares his memories of a time when young people were questioning authority, government, the war in Vietnam and why young men were being sent there to die for a cause that was not clear. The author relives his time in Paris during a volatile era of riots, revolution, drugs and corrupt government and shares his story of survival during those turbulent times.

GENRE
Politics & Current Events
RELEASED
2012
January 22
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
75
Pages
PUBLISHER
Monograph Publishing, LLC
SELLER
Archieboy Holdings, LLC
SIZE
8
MB

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