synopsis - Authorsnameand piece Richardselzer Synopsis

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   Author’s name and  piece Synopsis Richard selzer is a  surgeon  and  author . He was born (1928) and raised in  Troy, New   York United States . Beginning in the 1970's, Dr. Selzer became well  known as an author as well.  His published books include: Rituals of Surgery 1974; Mortal Lessons: Notes on the Art of Surgery 1976; Confessions of a Knife 1979; Letters to a Young Doctor 1982; Taking the World in for Repairs 1986; Imagine a Woman and Other Tales 1990; Down from Troy 1992; Raising the Dead: A Doctor's Encounter with His Own Mortality 1993; and Doctor Stories 1998.  Barbra Ehrenreich (born August 26 , 1941 , in Butte, Montana ) is an American feminist , socialist and political activist . She is a widely read columnist and essayist , and the author of nearly 20 books. From 1991 to 1997, Ehrenreich was a regular columnist for Time magazine. Currently, she contributes regularly to The Progressive . Ehrenreich has also written for the New York Times , Mother Jones , The Atlantic Monthly , Ms , The New Republic , Z Magazine , In These Times , Salon.com , and other publications. In 1998, the American Humanist Association named her the Humanist of the Year. Booker T.  Washington (April 5, 1856 – November 14, 1915) was an American  educator , orator,  author  and leader of the  African-American  community. He was freed  from  slavery  as a child, and after working at several menial jobs in  West   Virginia , earned his way through an education at  Hampton Institute  and  Wayland Seminary . Upon recommendation of Hampton founder  Sam   Armstrong , as a young man, he was appointed as the first leader of the 
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