The Last Angry Man
Sam Abelman, an elderly doctor who has outlived his time, practices compassionate medicine in the slums of Brooklyn and struggles as he rails against the corruption of his city in a powerful and poignant novel based on the life of Green's uncle. Paul Mun.
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