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Dead Man's Clothes

Dead Man s Clothes Depicts the rough and tumble life experienced by so called winos and other less fortunate members of society This book shows how kids are able to look beyond those labels imposed by people higher in t

  • Title: Dead Man's Clothes
  • Author: Dale L. Davidson
  • ISBN: 9780888396082
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Paperback
  • Depicts the rough and tumble life experienced by so called winos and other less fortunate members of society This book shows how kids are able to look beyond those labels imposed by people higher in the social order and see the characters that exist in all walks of life It also offers sketches of life on a farm in the rural Snoqualmie Valley.

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    1. This may be the worst book I ever read. The 'humor' in it is terrible and usually completely lacking; I was hoping for some rural humor or even some dad/grandpa jokes but what I got instead was some really terrible stories where the intended humor seemed to usually come from the narrator being either mean or ignorant; there is a story about pissing in a bums wine and watching him drink it and I think it's supposed to be a funny story because the author shows no shame in his action.


    2. A collection of anecdotes rather than a cohesive narrative it really is a time capsule. The author was born in 1939 in Snoqualmie Valley Washington and lived next to a "bum camp" along the railroad tracks, a state run facilities for homeless men in the 40s. Such things don't exist anymore and he makes a compelling argument for why they should.


    3. I found this book in a little grocery/everything store in Lake Quinault, an area I visit several times a year. The store has always reminded me of Lee Chong's store in Steinbeck's Cannery Row, which is perfect because this book reminds of Cannery Row. Not so much in plot or writing style, but in the general spirit. This book is life affirming and full of a joy for life. I'm very glad I found it.


    4. I know - I panned Katharine Hepburn but I love this no-name colloquial laden assortment of anecdotes. It makes me want to go back in time and live on a farm in Tolt. Err, I mean, Carnation.


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