Book's title: Gideon Chester Aaron. Library of Congress Control Number: 2009016554. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 9781934841624 (alk. paper). On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Gideon, Chester Aaron.
Prolific author of novels, stories, and memoirs, Chester Aaron was born in 1923 in a Pennsylvania coal-mine town, saw combat in World War II, and was with the troops that liberated Dachau. Following publication of his first novel in 1967, he was an x-ray technician at Alta Bates Hospital in Berkeley, CA. He joined the faculty at Saint Mary’s College, retiring as a full professor in 1997. Over the Prolific author of novels, stories, and memoirs, Chester Aaron was born in 1923 in a Pennsylvania coal-mine town, saw combat in World War II, and was with the troops that liberated Dachau
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Book's title: Gideon Chester Aaron. Personal Name: Aaron, Chester. Publication, Distribution, et. Austin, TX. Zumaya Thresholds, (c)2009. Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged) ;, 21 cm. Summary, etc.
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Books by Chester Aaron, Gideon, Garlic kisses, Symptoms of terminal passion, An American ghost, Whispers, Lackawanna, The great garlic book, Home to the se. Symptoms of terminal passion. The great garlic book. Better than laughter.
Chester Aaron (born May 9, 1923) is an American writer. He was born in Butler, Pennsylvania to Albert and Celia (Charleson) Aaron. He attended the following schools: Butler Senior High School, UCLA, UC Berkeley, and San Francisco State University. In addition to his writing, he has worked as a steel worker, an X-ray technician, a college professor, and a garlic farmer. For young adults: Better than Laughter (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1972). Early life and education. The Great Garlic Book: A Guide with Recipes (Ten Speed Press, 1997). Garlic Kisses: Human Struggles with Garlic Connections (Milan OH: Mostly Garlic, 2001); reprinted 2004 by Zumaya. Black and Blue Jew: A Novel (Creative Arts, 2002). Symptoms of Terminal Passion (El Leon Literary Arts, 2006). Murder by Metaphor, (Zumaya, 2009). 25 Loves (Andrea Young Arts, 2009). About Them: A Novel (El Literary Arts–Manoa Books, 2011).