As I Walked Out One Evening
"Donald Wetzel's fabulous talent is his power to remember everything even as he tells us he suspects his memory is gone; His masquerading as an old man in this freewheeling book recalls for me the sights and sounds of youth. He commands the absolute precision of the world's keenest social observer who happens also to be the world's keenest humorist". -- Mark Harris
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