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Even the Dogs opens with the image of a man’s body being carried out of a broken-down house in the quiet days between Christmas and the New Year- but who’s the semi-homeless man, Robert, and who’s telling his story?
Alexander Masters’ book is a backwards biography of a homeless addict, Stuart Shorter, who lived on the streets of Cambridge. Tellingly, the backwards element was Stuart’s idea.
Back in 1988, Salaam Bombay blew open my teenage mind and sent it into the volatile world of children living on the streets of Bombay.
Hearing and seeing true experts on homelessness, children and youth experiencing the loss of a home, will change the way people think of this growing tragedy in the U.S.
Homeless persons are among the most misunderstood people in America. We clump the whole lot of them into a pile called "the homeless" and seem to be OK with them living, in some cases, like stray dogs.