Will and Dena: Love and Life in World War II
By Bob Rogers
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Published: July 01, 2010
Words: 89,778 (approximate)
Will and Dena is a riveting coming of age story set in the American south and Italy’s Tuscany. While a world war raged, the young lovers, Will and his Lena Horne-look-alike lover, Dena, are beset by face to face confrontations with class and race prejudice. Will, a local baseball hero, is forced to flee for his life by race violence and joins US Army soldiers fighting for the right to fight.
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, world war ii
, north carolina
, us army
, buffalo soldiers
, general edward almond
, lena horne
, billie holiday
, franklin d roosevelt
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