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John Gunther (1901-1970) was one of the best known and most admired journalists of his day. The author of the immensely popular Inside books—a series of profiles of major world powers, beginning with Inside Europe, published in 1936—he was born on the north side of Chicago and died on May 29, 1970.--This text refers to the Paperback edition.
This is a really well written book. It is really sad, but insipring how this family is always on the son's side during all the treatments for the son's brain tumor.Published on Nov. 11 2003
This book was very well written I won't deny that for it had all the justifying characteristics of a tragedy. Read morePublished on Sept. 22 2003
A wonderful, thoughtful, and courageous book.
I recommend this book for everybody, it is a lesson of life. Written wonderfully. I read eating it up. So brave. So sad. Read more
In the novel Death Be not Proud the main character Johnny is a young boy who is very intelligent and loves school. Read morePublished on April 4 2003 by luis calahorrano
It's the rare person who wasn't assigned "Death Be Not Proud" in school, but it's a book that seems to turn up quite often in people's collections. Read morePublished on March 23 2003 by Patricia Beninato
I liked the book because it was sad. It was sad because it's hard to imagine going through that at such a young age, knowing that you have a tumor. Read morePublished on Dec 5 2002
This was a good book for the most part. I have read better ones, but this isn't horrible. It seemed that the father practically worshiped Johnny, his son with the brain tumor. Read morePublished on Nov. 18 2002
I had to pick a book for summer reading for the following year, which I will be in the eighth grade. My mom told me that I should pick Death Be Not Proud. Read morePublished on July 17 2002 by Chelsea Wozniak