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  • Author:
    Robert Ellis Gordon
  • ISBN:
    0930773276
  • ISBN13:
    978-0930773274
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  • Publisher:
    Black Heron Pr (January 1, 1994)
  • Pages:
    181 pages
  • Subcategory:
    United States
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  • Rating:
    4.2
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As a moving man myself, I appreciated the moving company atmosphere and Seattle setting in "When Bobby Kennedy Was a Moving Ma. While delving into the moving industry a little bit, Gordon's book focuses more on Bobby Kennedy being reincarnated into Regular Joe mover and th. .

As a moving man myself, I appreciated the moving company atmosphere and Seattle setting in "When Bobby Kennedy Was a Moving Ma. While delving into the moving industry a little bit, Gordon's book focuses more on Bobby Kennedy being reincarnated into Regular Joe mover and the conflicts going on in his mind. I was captivated by this book and I liked it so much, it took me only two evenings to finish

Jul 04, 2016 Joyce rated it really liked it. Shelves: fantasy, fiction.

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FARCICAL FANTASY WHEN BOBBY KENNEDY WAS A MOVING MAN By Robert Ellis Gordon. In Robert Ellis Gordon's audacious first novel, Robert F. Kennedy is re incarnated as a moving man in Seattle. Actually, he is "recycled," as his co-worker and the narrator of this bizarre morality tale puts it, so the gods can test his mettle before deciding his ultimate fate.

SIDELIGHTS: In Robert Ellis Gordon's 1993 novel When Bobby Kennedy Was a Moving Man, Robert F. Kennedy is reincarnated as a moving man. Endowed by the gods who returned him to Earth with such magical powers as the ability to levitate furniture and the power to read people's.

President John F. Kennedy.

Book by Gordon, Robert Ellis. Dispatches from the Cold EAN 9780930773496. The War Against Gravity EAN 978093077.

a novel by Robert Ellis Gordon. But Bobby was a wise man too. A strong believer in self-reliance. When he read all those books about his family. Night after night, seven nights of the week, holed up alone in that rooming house

a novel by Robert Ellis Gordon. A Note From the Author. Bobby was a Kennedy after all. So what could Peter do but send him back with some magic, some genuine Kennedy magic? But being just the sort of bureaucrat that Bobby despised– a striped-pants sissy to the core– Peter sissified the magic with regulations. So he only used the magic when he absolutely had to, and even then, Bobby did so with reluctance. Night after night, seven nights of the week, holed up alone in that rooming house. Devouring tomes on the Kennedy clan.

Robert Francis Kennedy (November 20, 1925 – June 6, 1968) was an American politician and lawyer who served as the 64th United States Attorney General from January 1961 to September 1964.

Robert Francis Kennedy (November 20, 1925 – June 6, 1968) was an American politician and lawyer who served as the 64th United States Attorney General from January 1961 to September 1964, and as a . Senator from New York from January 1965 until his assassination in June 1968. Kennedy, like his brothers John and Edward, was a prominent member of the Democratic Party and has come to be viewed by some historians as an icon of modern American liberalism.

Gordon's first book, a novel entitled When Bobby Kennedy Was a Moving Man (1993, Black Heron Press), won a King . Robert Gordon reads from The Funhouse Mirror Fri Sept 29 at Elliott Bay Books, 101 S Main St, 624-6600, 7:30 pm, free advance tickets

Gordon's first book, a novel entitled When Bobby Kennedy Was a Moving Man (1993, Black Heron Press), won a King County Arts Commission Publication Award. On the back of that novel is a photo of Gordon taken seven years ago. He has a big smile, a head of dark, wavy hair. Robert Gordon reads from The Funhouse Mirror Fri Sept 29 at Elliott Bay Books, 101 S Main St, 624-6600, 7:30 pm, free advance tickets. You might also be interested in this: Theater Behind Bars-Inside Freehold's New Play at Washington Corrections Center for Women.

A story based on the premise that Bobby Kennedy is sent to Seattle, Washington, to be a moving man when the gods are unable to decide where to send him for eternity

VAZGINO
I loved this book. It is a great story, but impossible of course. In this account of the late Senator's life, his story becomes a fictionalized account of being allowed to return to earth as a moving man.
I love the way the fictionalized Senator/Moving Man fits in with the 9:00 - 5:00 crowd, perfectly at ease with politicos and blue collar workers as well as the folks he goes on runs for. He is the man for everyone; the regular guy who gives his job his fullest effort. One can imagine the Senator whom we remember seeing with shirt sleeves rolled up, hard at work on the campaign trail or poring over work in his office on a moving run, sleeves up, sweating and grunting while moving somebody's heavy sofa or living room set. Robert Kennedy was nobody's slacker and this fictionalized portrayal of him will certainly bring smiles to many faces.
Just think -- the next time one of your moving men gives his job his best effort without an occasional glance at the clock, you just might think of the late Senator.
Yozshubei
As a moving man myself, I appreciated the moving company atmosphere and Seattle setting in "When Bobby Kennedy Was a Moving Man." While delving into the moving industry a little bit, Gordon's book focuses more on Bobby Kennedy being reincarnated into Regular Joe mover and the conflicts going on in his mind. (Note: this Bobby Kennedy reincarnate, however, is NO regular joe mover when it comes to the moving job though...)
I was captivated by this book and I liked it so much, it took me only two evenings to finish. If you are into JFK conspiracy theories, blue collar workers, reincarnation, or the moving industry, I would highly recommend "When Bobby Kennedy Was a Moving Man" to you.