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Ten Indians: A novel (edition 1996)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0679442464, Hardcover)From the Haiti of 200 years ago in his most recent, highly acclaimed novel, All Souls' Rising, Bell returns to our own moment, to the racial lines that have riven contemporary America. An edgy, powerful, deeply affecting story of possibility, Ten Indians tells the fast-paced, complex tale of a man who opens a Tae Kwon Do school in a black neighborhood in inner-city Baltimore--and finds himself compelled to enter the lives of his students when the brutality of streets spills into his life.
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A child psychologist decides to repay society for his privileged life by helping the underprivileged. The man, who is white, opens a school in Baltimore to teach Tae Kwon Do to black teenagers, only to discover that the martial arts have limited application to life in the mean streets.
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