From Muhammad Ali to Abe Lincoln, as well as the homeless, the poems of Neal Donohue critique American culture from past to its future showing that love and dedication conquers despair.
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About the Author
Neal is an Air Force veteran, and has traveled the world both for the military as well as in private life. He has taught English as a Second language in both Mexico and Korea, and worked in London, Spain and Ibiza. His educational background was grounded in Kansas and still holds dear the bright memories of the State who honors John Brown. Though versed in communication, English and world history, Neal's vast and notable experience encompass the panorama of human psychology; its detailed implications as well as cultural affects. Through travels and work he has met and known American icons as varied as Muhammed Ali, Buzz Aldrin, and Eldridge Cleaver. Presently residing in Montana, he teaches public speaking, and enjoys each and every day the Lord is willing to give him.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Enjoyable This was a short collection of enjoyable poetry. I liked the vivid descriptions.
This book has wonderful poem on the battle of gettysburg, the other various poems on several other topics are not as brilliant