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Still Well In Wellwood by Larry Levy

Still Well In Wellwood

by Larry Levy

110 pages
An autobiography revisiting childhood to integrate the memories of innocence and simplicity with the transitional phase of late teens and early twenties.

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Category: Memoir
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About the Book
In this sequel to “When All Was Well in Wellwood”, Larry Levy confronts many new beginnings: first car, first apartment, first strip club, and first college experience. The time line is linear, from 1974 through 1978; the span of years between high school graduation and his final move out of Wellwood. He revisits his childhood to integrate the memories of innocence and simplicity with the transitional phase he goes through in his late teens and early twenties. The book ends with an image he left behind: that we all leave behind; a line that separates one life from another. And it is the early life we never fully leave. As he states in poignant fashion; “I had one foot in and one foot out.”


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About the Author
Larry Levy is the author of two books of poetry, a book of humorous short stories, and an autobiography. His poetry has appeared in magazines, online, and in a poetry anthology. He is a graduate of Towson University with a degree in Philosophy, and teaches drums to the rhythmically inquisitive.



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