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Chanoff, David


CHANOFF, David. American, b. 1943. Genres: Biography, International relations/Current affairs, History. Career: Sudbury Valley School, Framingham, MA, founding teacher and administrator, 1968-; writer. English instructor at Tufts University, 1977-80, and Harvard University, 1977-83. Publications: (with Truong Nhu Tang and Doan Van Toai) A Vietcong Memoir, 1985; (with Toai) The Vietnamese Gulag, 1986; (with Toai) Portrait of the Enemy, 1986; (with Bui Diem) In the Jaws of History, 1987; (with A. Sharon) Warrior: The Autobiography of Ariel Sharon, 1989; (with O. DeForest) Slow Burn: The Rise and Bitter Fall of American Intelligence in Vietnam, 1990; (with K. Good) Into the Heart: One Man's Pursuit of Love and Knowledge among the Yanomama, 1991, in UK as Into the Heart: An Amazonian Love Story; (with W. Crowe Jr.) The Line of Fire, 1993; (with F. Zandman) Never the Last Journey, 1995; (with J. Elders) Joycelyn Elders, M.D., 1996; (with W. Ungar) Destined to Live, 2000; (with E. Nuwere) Hacker Cracker. Contributor to periodicals. Address: c/o Owen Laster, William Morris Agency, 1325 Avenue of the Americas, 15th Fl, New York, NY 10019, U.S.A.

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