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Muhammad Ali Retrospective

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Dream-champion or media myth? The times and lives of a Heavyweight King, uncovering the startling yet profoundly plausible possibility that this eccentric hero might truly be the greatest man in the world. Muhammad Ali Retrospective by Henry James Korn is an innovative collection of stories, essays and articles by an award-winning author.

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Paperback, 119 pages
Published 1976 by Assembling Press
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Henry James Korn's debut novel Amerikan Krazy is coming on February 22, 2016.

Korn has written about art, sports, popular culture, media and history for magazines and newspapers and his stories have been published in fiction anthologies and literary magazines. Korn was awarded a writing fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts.

From 2008-13, Korn served as Orange County Great Park princip

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