Getting out of Buffalo: A MEMOIR OF FAMILY SECRETS

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iUniverse, Sep 22, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 144 pages
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Against a background of Buffalo, Hollywood, and Miami, “Getting out of Buffalo” is a humorous, sometimes racy young man’s trip through a jungle of neurotic parents, dangerous classmates, and occasionally willing young ladies. With equal injections of curiosity and frankness, Lee Marsh also examines his personal experiences with religious intolerance and a testy father-son relationship, proving in the end that even adversity has its funny side.
 

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Contents

Prologue
1
Chapter one
4
Chapter two
12
Chapter three
16
Chapter four
24
Chapter five
29
Chapter six
32
Chapter seven
36
Chapter thirteen
79
Chapter fourteen
82
Chapter fifteen
84
Chapter sixteen
88
Chapter seventeen
93
Chapter eighteen
101
Chapter nineteen
106
Chapter twenty
111

Chapter eight
42
Chapter nine
46
Chapter ten
48
Chapter eleven
59
Chapter twelve
74
Chapter twenty one
117
Chapter twenty two
126
Chapter twenty three
128
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