Natalie on the Street

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Calyx Books, 1994 - History - 175 pages
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An inspiring testimony of effecting change, Natalie on the Street is a personal record of the writer's relationship with a schizophrenic elderly woman who lived on the streets of her central Los Angeles neighborhood. "Nietzke courageously reveal[s] . . . Natalie's human face."- Publishers Weekly

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Novelist Nietzke (Windowlight, not reviewed) effectively brings the serious problem of homelessness to a comprehensible level in her sensitive account of a few months in the life of one woman who made ... Read full review

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Natalie is a 74-year-old homeless woman suffering from debilitating mental illness that prevents her from properly caring for herself. She takes up residence with her shopping cart and bags in the ... Read full review

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