Whacko's Last Campaign
James D. Redwood
Albany Law School
The Peterson Literary Review, No. 23-24, p. 130, 1995
When “Whacko,” a homeless man inclined to giving “speeches” is hit by a truck, a group of his similarly indigent friends in Glendale California react in solidarity to the loss of their friend. This short story by James Redwood presents the bonds of friendship and humanity among a subculture of dispossessed persons.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 2
Keywords: Los Angeles, Glendale Harvard, Homeless, Indigent, Short-Fiction, Short StoryAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: February 1, 2010
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