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by Michael T Kaufman
Author: Michael T Kaufman
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Kaufman extends personal journalism to the ten year-old level with this report on how he and a photographer friend (and . finds an apartment for him, his mother and his brother.
Kaufman extends personal journalism to the ten year-old level with this report on how he and a photographer friend (and sometimes Kaufman's two sons as well) kick around New York with the wonderfully hyperkinetic, diddlyboppin' jive artist Michael Edmonds, who is part black, part white and part Indian, and who lives as a squatter in an abandoned building until the city. Actually Kaufman's is a more honest approach than pretending that there is no camera or observer along, and he and Michael have such a fine time riding the.
Text and photographs examine the daily life and experiences of a ten-year-old boy growing up in New York City. Rooftops and Alleys : Adventures with a City Kid. Select Format: Hardcover. Select Condition: Like New.
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Michael T. Kaufman, a former foreign correspondent, reporter and columnist for The New York Times who chronicled despotic . Kaufman, a former foreign correspondent, reporter and columnist for The New York Times who chronicled despotic regimes in Europe and Africa, the fall of Communism and the changing American scene for four decades, died on Friday in Manhattan. By 1973, he had written two books: Rooftops & Alleys: Adventures with a City Kid, and In Their Own Good Time, a witty divertissement on people, including witches, Hell’s Angels and a topless cellist who played in a balloon over Central Park. From 1975 to 1979, he roamed Africa, covering wars, riots and liberation movements.
Text and photographs examine the daily life and experiences of a ten-year-old boy growing up in New York City.
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Kaufman and Romero kick around New York with a wonderfully hyperkinetic, diddlyboppin' ten year-old jive artist who lives as a squatter in an abandoned building but uses the city as his gymnasium. Kaufman (March 23, 1938 – January 15, 2010) was a writer for The New York Times. He won the 1978 George Polk Award for foreign reporting for coverage of Africa. Kaufman was born in Paris as the only child of Adam and Pauline Kaufman. Pauline was a teacher and Adam was an economist. In 1940, when the Nazis invaded France, the Kaufman family moved to Spain and in 1941 sailed from Lisbon to New York. He grew up in Manhattan and at age 13, sold ice cream.