War Stories: An Oral History of Life behind Bars

War Stories: An Oral History of Life behind Bars

War Stories: An Oral History of Life behind Bars

War Stories: An Oral History of Life behind Bars

Synopsis

Here is Gregory, who spent two years in solitary confinement before he was convicted of any crime; here is Ethiop, who was imprisoned for homicide despite the absence of a murder weapon, a motive, or witnesses to his alleged crime; and here is Mazar, a convicted murderer, who writes poetry, speaks three languages fluently, and has a genius I.Q. Their War Stories, along with the stories of 13 other students in a Western Civilization class, are chronicled here by the teacher who earned their respect and trust while tracing the paths that brought them together behind the walls of a maximum security prison.
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