The Glass Castle

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She describes him as a man who "was an expert in math, physics and electricity and read books on calculus and logarithmic algebra." Despite his obvious intelligence he can never seem to keep a decent job, making the situation Walls goes through even more unacceptable and exasperating...
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Instead of spending his time and energy on making sure his family does not starve he "soaks up booze like a sponge." Walls even further describes him as a man who "knowing that all the bars and liquor stores would be closed on Christmas, usually stocked up in advance...
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