Child Bride
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Child Bride

Emery Lamar Robinson

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    The original title of the book: Child Bride
    By: Emery Lamar Robinson
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    Publisher: PublishAmerica
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    My story encompasses the gambit of psychosocial behaviors and idealisms prevalent in the ethnic community. My story brings to life the largely un-chronicled intercultural struggles amongst progressive ethnic youths and their liberal stalwart parents. My story brings to life a world never before spoken of by other ethnic authors. This story tells of the self-perpetuating subversive nature of ethnic culture in the U.S.  


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