Bernstein, Burton
May 1960
New Yorker;5/7/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 12, p169
The article discusses the author's experience of talking to handyman Orville Clarke in Massachusetts. The author said that he and his family went to their bungalow house in the Grove, to prepare for the summer season. As an eight years old child, he was tasked by his father to do some sanding, in which he was engaged in a conversation with Clarke. Information on the social background of Clarke, as well as the conversation shared by the author with Clarke are offered.


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