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Dough : a memoir

Author: Mort Zachter
Publisher: New York : Collins, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st Collins pbk. edView all editions and formats
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Mort Zachter reflects on his life in New York where his entire family lived in poverty, details his discovery of his uncles' fortune worth several million dollars which he inherited, and ponders why his family lived as if they were poor when they actually were not.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Mort Zachter; Mort Zachter
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mort Zachter
ISBN: 9780061663413 0061663417
OCLC Number: 263166991
Notes: "With all-new reading group questions, more about the book, and other paperback extras"--Cover.
Description: 194 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Remembrance --
Awakening --
Waiting for Cohn --
Lindbergh made it --
The store --
The store revisited --
A night on the town --
Close to the edge --
The food-stamp seders --
Money talks --
The millionaire --
Sleeping on it --
Keeping Florida green --
Generations --
Learning to fly low --
Counselor Zachter --
Charity --
The excavation --
A tale of urban renewal --
Artifacts --
Curtain call --
Fruitcake --
Singing in the rain --
Ancestors --
The call --
The lamp.
Responsibility: Mort Zachter.

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Mort Zachter reflects on his life in New York where his entire family lived in poverty, details his discovery of his uncles' fortune worth several million dollars which he inherited, and ponders why his family lived as if they were poor when they actually were not.
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