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by Donald McRae
Author: Donald McRae
Publisher: Mainstream Publishing (August 26, 1992)
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Subcategory: Essays and Correspondence
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SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2015 WILLIAM HILL SPORTS BOOK OF THE YEAR PRIZE. I kill a man and most people forgive me. However, I love a man and many say this makes me an evil person. On 24 March 1962, when Emile Griffith stepped into the ring in Madison Square Garden to defend his world title against Benny Paret, he was filled with rage. During their weigh-in, the Cuban challenger had denounced Griffith as a 'faggot' and minced towards him. In the macho world of boxing, where fighters know they are engaged in the hurt game, there could be no greater insult.
The professional life of Clarence Darrow – renowned US lawyer and leading civil libertarian – is already well-documented, but Donald McRae fleshes it out with a more personal take on the "magnificently ugly" philanderer. Darrow's long affair with journalist Mary Field Parton frames a vivid retelling of his three most famous court cases: defending an evolutionist against the church; a black physician accused of killing a member of a lynch mob; and Leopold and Loeb, two wealthy teenagers who killed a younger boy for fun.