A Guy from Brooklyn

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iUniverse, Oct 1, 2002 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Like the acclaimed television series, The Sopranos, A Guy from Brooklyn offers a keen insight into the complexity of human nature. Unlike the mafia Don, however, Guy Lorenzo’s life-defining journey leads him from the tough Brooklyn streets to the hallowed halls of academia. While reminiscent of the great European novels of development, A Guy from Brooklyn is pure Americana, often simultaneously solemn and hilarious, and always thought provoking.

 

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Contents

The Beginning
1
The Move
15
Elementary School
29
The Clubhouse
43
Television
65
KOCHS
85
The Corner
101
Jail
121
Unemployed
181
Simon Lubko
199
The Christmas Party
215
A New Era
229
Awakening
245
Uniforms
267
Church
283
Father Paul
305

Animal
135
High School
145
Latin Class
159
Wedding
323
Coming Home
329
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