Homelessness, San Francisco, economic downturn
An account of a stay in a shelter for homeless people in San Francisco: the kinds of people, kinds of animals, kinds of food, kinds of dress and bits of dialogue and speech.
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About the Author
Jun 13, 2014
Masters degree in Russian history; lifelong habit of jotting down thoughts; ambition to write a book on aesthetic theory. Born near Toledo, Ohio, lived for 30 years in Pennsylvania, moved to San Francisco in 1972.