The Man Under the Bridge Jillian Wright

ISBN: 9781438956695

Published: March 12th 2009

Paperback

140 pages


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The Man Under the Bridge  by  Jillian Wright

The Man Under the Bridge by Jillian Wright
March 12th 2009 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 140 pages | ISBN: 9781438956695 | 6.46 Mb

This book explores the inner lives of homeless people, who often feel invisible. It explores their perceptions of how they came to be where they are. The book also details how a young woman, after meeting many of these people, changes herMoreThis book explores the inner lives of homeless people, who often feel invisible. It explores their perceptions of how they came to be where they are.

The book also details how a young woman, after meeting many of these people, changes her perceptions. Although she originally felt superior to homeless people, she learned that it could happen in her own family. Although names and places are fiction, the narratives are based on stories told to volunteers at shelters and on the street by men and women, some of whom were veterans, with no place to go. The largest homeless group consists of children. We hear stories of heroism and cowardice, laziness and ambition, spouse abuse and child abuse and stories of adults sacrificing everything to save a child.

The homeless are not homogenous. Each story is different and each individual is unique.



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