Willy Remembers by Irvin Faust

Willy Remembers by Irvin Faust

Regular price $3.00
Add to Wishlist

Irvin Faust watched a Memorial Day parade pass down Riverside Drive, the two remaining survivors of the Spanish-American War along for the ride, and Willy Kleinhans came to life at age ninety-three.

Willy reminisces, offers tangy slices of New York City life as he lived it from the turn of the century into modern times. He tells about his dairy business, his honey-moon (You would think I was a raping dago.”); describes deeply moving episodes in his relationships to his “tads,” his sons Henry and Frank Joseph; and gives a soldier boy’s eye-witness account, by jingo, of that Splendid Little War in Cuba, back in ‘98, when Willy and his hunkies marched into battle “to save the Rough Riders’ ass.

Every product is unique, just like you. If you're looking for a product that fits the mold of your life, the Willy Remembers by Irvin Faust is for you.

Inventory Last Updated: Sep 30, 2020

Share this Product

More from this collection