Arturo Bandini, who lives with his mother and sister in Depression-era California, rejects religion and work and dreams of becoming a great writer
I had a lot of jobs in Los Angeles Harbor because our family was poor and my father was dead. My first job was ditchdigging a short time after I graduated from high school. Every night I couldn?t sleep from the pain in my back. We were digging an excavation in an empty lot, there wasn?t any shade, the sun came straight from a cloudless sky, and I was down in that hole digging with two huskies who dug with a love for it, always laughing and telling jokes, laughing and smoking bitter tobacco.
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