Mother's Younger Brother, Father, Mother
Both funny and sad: a tale of early twentieth-century history, with the aura of liberation from the 1970s. I read this as a teenager, and recently. It is a truly a Great American Novel.
In 1902 Father built a house at the crest of the Broadview Avenue hill in New Rochelle, New York.
And Harry K. Thaw, having obtained his release from the insane asylum, marched annually at Newport in the Armistice Day parade.
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