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John Lennon: Voice of a Generation (Famous…
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John Lennon: Voice of a Generation (Famous Lives)

by Liz Gogerly

Series: Famous Lives

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From his childhood in Liverpool's Penny Lane and his school days at Dovedale Primary, the book describes the love of music and the success of the Beatles that catapulted John Lennon into superstardom. Describing his home life, the relationships with his family, friends and fellow band members, the book charts John's fascinating life, his beliefs and struggles for peace and love. It contains quotation panels, including letters and diary extracts. It also includes a date chart, glossary and index.

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Presents the life of John Lennon, from his early years through the rise and breakup of the Beatles to his final days in New York.

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