Grand Central Winter: Stories from the Street

Stringer, Lee

| 1998

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New York Times Notable Book of the Year, Grand Central Winter got its beginnings in the depths of Grand Central Terminal, where Lee Stringer homeless drug-addicted at the time found a pencil to clean his crack pipe. One day, he used it to write. Soon, became a habit that won out over drugs. And Stringer had created one of the most powerful memoirs of our time.Through stories of his years of homelessness in New City, Lee Stringer conveys the vitality and complexity of a down-and-out life. Rich with small acts of kindness and humor amid violence and desperation, Grand Central Winter, in the tradition of Angela's Ashes, has become a phenomenon: a rare gem of a book that has created an avalanche of media coverage and award attention. Lee Stinger has written a new afterword for this edition, updating his unforgettable and compelling story.

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Sofia S



Det blir extra intressant tycker jag från ungefär sidan 226.

Teresia Kjellgren



Ett gripande livsöde men boken lyckas inte riktigt gripa tag i mig i alla fall.




Ojämn men med riktiga pärlor.