Teach the Free Man

Teach the Free Man The Twelve Stories In Teach The Free Man Mark The Impressive Debut Of Peter Nathaniel Malae The Subject Of Incarceration Thematically Links The Stories, Yet Their Range Extends Beyond The Prison S Barbed Wire And Iron Bars Avoiding Sensationalism, Malae Exposes The Heart And Soul In Those Dark, Seemingly Inaccessible Corridors Of The Human Experience The Stories, Often Raw And Startlingly Honest, Are Distinguished By The Colloquial Voices Of California S Prison Inmates, Who, Despite Their Physical And Cultural Isolation, Confront Dilemmas With Which We Can All Identify The Choice To Show Courage Against Peer Pressure The Search For Individual Rights Within A Bureaucracy And The Desperate Desire For Honor In The Face Of Great Sacrifice These Stories Present Polished And Poetic Examples Of Finding Something Redemptive In The Least Among Us The Book S Epigraph By W H Auden, From Which The Book Takes Its Title, Exemplifies The Spirit Of These Dynamic Stories In The Deserts Of The Heart Let The Healing Fountain Start In The Prison Of His Days Teach The Free Man How To Praise. Teach The Free Man Review Refreshingly real and down to earth collection of stories that will wake up the average person In this benevolently gritty storybook, author Peter Nathaniel Malae crisply tells 12 different stories of inmates, parolees, prison employees and families, in his 258 page impressive debut In the stories marks the masterful execution of jail stories that are able to extend further and impact the normal reader who isn t familiar with the life of incarceration, or isn t

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  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • Teach the Free Man
  • Peter Nathaniel Malae
  • English
  • 04 June 2019
  • 0804010994