Recent Books by Peace Corps Writers
     March 2000

Dialectics and Deconstruction in Political Economy
by Robert Albritton (Ethiopia 1963–65)
St. Martin's Press, $69.95
240 pages
August 1999
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So You Want to Join the Peace Corps:
What to Know Before You Go
by Dillon Banerjee (Cameroon 1994–96)
Ten Speed Press, $12.95
176 pages
January 2000
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The Deathbed Playboy: Poems
by Philip Dacey (Nigeria 1964–66)
Eastern Washington University Press, $14.00
88 pages
April, 1999
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Across African Sand
by Phil Deutschle (Nepal 1977–80)
Dimi Press, $19.95
330 pages
February, 2000

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Washing Apples in Streams
by John Micheal Flynn (Moldova 1993–95)
Morris Publishing, $8.00
53 pages
January, 2000
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Luxury Fever:
Why Money Fails to Satisfy in an Era of Excess
By Robert H. Frank (Nepal 1966–68)
Free Press, $25.00
336 pages
January, 1999
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First Silence
Edgar Henry Koch (Philippines 1996–98), illustrations by BerNardo Quizon Hermoso,
Pacific Enterprize Institute, $15.95 ($16.65 within Wisconsin)
     P.O. Box 1907
     Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54935
Justice in Africa: Rwanda's Genocide, Its Courts, and the UN Criminal Tribunal (Contemporary Perspectives on Developing Societies)
by Paul J. Magnarella (Turkey 1963–65)
Aldershot:Ashgate Publishing Company, $61.95
168 pages
February, 2000
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by Bill Owens (Jamaica 1963–65) (Photographer),
     Robert Harshorn Shimshak (Editor), David Halberstam (Introduction)
NY: Fotofolio, Inc., $29.95
120 pages
November, 1999

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Adolescent Development and Rapid Social Change: Perspectives from Eastern Europe
by Judith L. Van Hoorn (Korea 1967–69) editor.
Albany: State University of New York Press, $65.50
March 2000.

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