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eBook Elvis As We Knew Him: Our Shared Life in a Small Town in South Memphis epub

by Jennifer Harrison

eBook Elvis As We Knew Him: Our Shared Life in a Small Town in South Memphis epub
  • ISBN: 0595300081
  • Author: Jennifer Harrison
  • Genre: Biographies
  • Subcategory: Arts & Literature
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (December 3, 2003)
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • ePUB size: 1595 kb
  • FB2 size 1456 kb
  • Formats lit lrf mbr docx


Jennifer Harrison is from Memphis, Tennessee, and has lived in California for most of her adult life

The first chapter had me expecting a regurgitation of the author's mother's memories of growing up in Whitehaven during its sundown town days and nothing more. Jennifer Harrison is from Memphis, Tennessee, and has lived in California for most of her adult life.

This is Jennifer Harrison?s first full-length nonfiction book after years of extensive legal writing . Anyone who wants to know about Elvis' early days and his desire to be accepted into the old money society set in Memphis should definitely read this book.

Anyone who wants to know about Elvis' early days and his desire to be accepted into the old money society set in Memphis should definitely read this book.

by Jennifer Harrison. You are invited to take a journey, along with the author, to her hometown in the American South, a unique culture of relative safety within a sheltered small town in the mid-twentieth century.

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You are invited to take a journey, along with the author, to her hometown in the American South, a unique culture of relative safety within a sheltered small town in the mid-twentieth century. You will discover a time when sorority girlswere virgins, baton twirlers mattered, and Elvis PresleyA?s hips were the wildest thing on the block

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101 Kevin Crouch and Tanja Crouch, The Gospel According to Elvis (London: Bobcat Books, 2007), 120; Peter Guralnick, Careless Love, 189. 102 Charles Reagan Wilson, ‘Just a Little Talk with Jesus,’ 18; Goff, James R. J. Conflicted by the Spirit.

MusicBrainz: 3a5-cc0675b05dac. You will discover a time when sorority girls were virgins, baton twirlers mattered, and Elvis Presley's hips were the wildest thing on the block.

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You are invited to take a journey, along with the author, to her hometown in the American South, a unique culture of relative safety within a sheltered small town in the mid-twentieth century. You will discover a time when sorority girls were virgins, baton twirlers mattered, and Elvis Presley's hips were the wildest thing on the block.Against the backdrop of groundbreaking musical environments from Memphis, Tennessee to the Mississippi Delta, you will share stories that follow Elvis and his rise to fame through the eyes of his Graceland neighbors in the small suburb of Whitehaven. The author's mother, a young girl who was as much a celebrity in this small town as Elvis, reveals never-before-shared photographs and stories that chronicle a town, an extraordinary man, and a time forever lost to history, each on the brink of explosion and change.
Comments: (4)
lifestyle
Even the children betray Elvis Presley for only damned money.
Elvis always respected children and these little people sell him wholesale.
Yozshubei
I very much like this book about Elvis, as told from the perspective of one neighboring family whom Elvis looked up to from the minute he started to become successful. Anyone who wants to know about Elvis' early days and his desire to be accepted into the old money society set in Memphis should definitely read this book. Excellent.
Buriwield
Getting inside the early world of Elvis was fascinating. Sometimes sad, sometimes surprising, sometimes funny, but definitely more revealing and intimate than a lot of other books. I'm so glad I found this!
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I found this book at my place of work, just lying around. It is awesome! Very interesting and I would recommend it to anyone.
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