The Restless Years Story Of A Life
A lucid, shattering portrait of a life going down the tubes. Luis Blasini frankly reveals the exhilarating true story of restless years wandering south of the border in the slums of Mexico and across the United States from flop house to seedy hotel. Blasini brings out the junkies, hoodlums, prostitutes, sexual deviants, and thieves crawling in the back alleys of the world.
Excerpt from Janet Ward: A Daughter of the Manse In Janet Ward I have tried to tell the story of a girl of to-day. Conditions change, but girlhood remains essentially the same in the passing years. Girls confront life, and life wears the aspect of the sphynx. What shall it offer them, what gifts bestow, what good shall they do? Girls are restless, they long for careers, they are caught in the whirl of the period.
Excerpt from The Story of a Life, Vol. 1 of 2 In this age of restlessness and excitement, when so many are wandering, and so many are sighing to wander, I have thought that the imaginary life of a weak and wayward being, self-exiled, and subjected through long years to vicissitude and sorrow, might not be altogether devoid of interest, or perhaps, indeed, without its use.