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Published Works

Days of Grace
This moving and heartfelt memoir was published in 1993 after Arthur Ashe’s death. It takes us from his childhood in segregated Virginia to his tennis triumphs, from his pursuits of justice as an activist to his heartbreaking public disclosure that he had contracted the AIDS virus through no fault of his own. Always thought-provoking and often touching, the life of Arthur Ashe was truly dignified and powerful. This memoir captures that essence.
Days of Grace
Daddy and Me
This moving and heartfelt memoir was published in 1993 after Arthur Ashe’s death. It takes us from his childhood in segregated Virginia to his tennis triumphs, from his pursuits of justice as an activist to his heartbreaking public disclosure that he had contracted the AIDS virus through no fault of his own. Always thought-provoking and often touching, the life of Arthur Ashe was truly dignified and powerful. This memoir captures that essence.
 
Daddy and Me
A Hard Road to Glory - A History of the African-American Athlete
This moving and heartfelt memoir was published in 1993 after Arthur Ashe’s death. It takes us from his childhood in segregated Virginia to his tennis triumphs, from his pursuits of justice as an activist to his heartbreaking public disclosure that he had contracted the AIDS virus through no fault of his own. Always thought-provoking and often touching, the life of Arthur Ashe was truly dignified and powerful. This memoir captures that essence.
Volume I:
1619-1918
 
Volume II:
1919-1945
 
Volume III:
Since 1946
 
A Hard Road to Glory vol. 1 A Hard Road to Glory vol. 2 A Hard Road to Glory vol. 3
Other Published Works
Arthur Ashe on Tennis
A fundamental “tell-all” book about tennis, offering the answers to some of the most common and bewitching tennis questions. Ashe wrote “Arthur Ashe On Tennis: Strokes, Strategy, Traditions, Players, Psychology, and Wisdom” in 1993, just two years before his death, with the assistance of Tennis magazine contributing editor McNab. A definite must read for fans of tennis and Ashe alike.
Arthur Ashe on Tennis
Arthur Ashe: Portrait in Motion
Read the diary of a champion! “Arthur Ashe: Portrait in Motion” is Ashe’s personal recount of the 1973-74 season… the season that can arguably be dubbed the most successful one of his career. An engrossing and enlightening read!
Arthur Ashe: Portrait in Motion
A Hard Road to Glory: Basketball
Both historical and inspirational “A Hard Road to Glory: A History of The African American Athlete: Basketball” is an accurate account of the African-American athlete’s rise to basketball royalty. Follow the often turbulent and troublesome path of the players from the 20s through the world-renowned champions today. A excellent reference and eye-opening account of one of the United State’s favorite sports
A Hard Road to Glory - Basketball

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