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4 edition of On the other side found in the catalog.

On the other side

to my children, from Germany 1940-1945

by Mathilde Wolff-Mönckeberg

  • 375 Want to read
  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Mayflower Books in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMathilde Wolff-Mönckeberg ; translated and edited by Ruth Evans
Classifications
LC ClassificationsD811 .W634 1979
The Physical Object
Pagination172 p., [4] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages172
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24423824M
ISBN 100831766794
ISBN 109780831766795
OCLC/WorldCa4877456

The Other Side is a story about a town with a long fence. The fence divides people according to the color of their skin. White people live on one side. Black people live on the other. While the main characters forge a friendship that does not see color, your students will have rich opportunities to [ ]. It'll take you to the other side 'Cause you can do like you do Or you can do like me Stay in the cage, or you finally take the key Oh, damn! Suddenly you're free to fly It'll take you to the other side [Zac Efron:] Okay, my friend, you wanna cut me in Well, I hate to tell you, but it just won't happen So thanks, but no I think I'm good to go.

Summary and Analysis Part 1: The Grave Digger's Handbook: The Other Side of Sandpaper Summary. NSDAP, the Nazi Party, marches down Himmel Street, and the residents are expected to applaud. Death tells us that Hans Hubermann does not support Adolf Hitler, and for good reason, which will be revealed later. A fence stretches through the town where Clover, the young African American narrator of this story, lives. It is the dividing line between the Black and white sides of the community. The young white girl she sees playing every day, rain or shine, on the other side intrigues Clover. Soon she and other girl, Annie, are talking.

The Other Side - Books. 58 likes 12 talking about this. Ebook market - we publish the other side of the story! Any and every story from non-fiction memoirs to Followers: We lived in a yellow house on one side of it. White people lived on the other.” Clover an African-American girl about eight or nine years old, relates the story of the “summer there was a girl who wore a pink sweater,” a white girl, on the other side of the fence.


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