Gonville: A Memoir

Gonville: A Memoir
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Gonville is the story of a son to overcome his charismatic turn, abusive, thoughtful, violent, cruel and generous father. The powerful and energetic prose, Peter Birkenhead a childhood spent in trying to realize his father, a frightening, charismatic presence who brutalized his family, physically and emotionally, as he seduced by his passion and fantasies. An avid gun collector has an anti-war activist, a popular professor economy and trade nudist ladies, a leftist and a lifelong fan of the British Empire, which sometimes don a pith helmet authentic and imitating the performance of Michael Caine as Lieutenant Gonville the heroic brake head of the bloody war film Zulu, he was a man who could beat his young son on the stairs 1 day and 1 weeps over the old dog put family sleep. Such is the contradictory figure in the heart of this surprisingly frank and shocking memory. As a young adult, reactions Birkenhead Gonville: A Memoir

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