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I haven’t, but I just added one of his books to my list on the library’s website. I’ll get to it after a few books I have checked out now.
Know that story, grew up a Houso. Long live the glorious Proletariat.I haven’t, but I just added one of his books to my list on the library’s website. I’ll get to it after a few books I have checked out now.
10. Hillbilly Elegy - J.D. Vance
A memoir of an Appalachian family told from the perspective of one who escaped poor town Ohio to get a law degree (I find it funny that a J.D. got a JD).
A common thread I noticed between the two books I’m reading today (I’m listening to Becoming by Michelle Obama) is the similarity between growing up in poor environs and escaping to Ivy League schools and the relatively higher accessibility of those schools to poor folks than the local schools.
Anyway, it was a good read, and I noticed some parallels to my own childhood as trailer trash in the early days of Silicon Valley.