My First Collision With Fame Was Hardly Memorable I Was A Busboy At Marx S Deli The Year Was 1934 The Place Was Third And Hill, Los Angeles I Was Twenty One Years Old, Living In A World Bounded On The West By Bunker Hill, On The East By Los Angeles Street, On The South By Pershing Square, And On The North By Civic Center I Was A Busboy Nonpareil, With Great Verve And Style For The Profession, And Though I Was Dreadfully Underpaid One Dollar A Day Plus Meals I Attracted Considerable Attention As I Whirled From Table To Table, Balancing A Tray On One Hand, And Eliciting Smiles From My Customers I Had Something Else Beside A Waiter S Skill To Offer My Patrons, For I Was Also A Writer.
➻ Dreams from Bunker Hill (The Saga of Arturo Bandini, #4) Free ➱ Author John Fante – Anguillais.us
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- Dreams from Bunker Hill (The Saga of Arturo Bandini, #4)
- John Fante
- 04 August 2018 John Fante