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Late Great Me, the (1976) [Novel]
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"You've got to be somebody, Geri. You can't be nobody. You don't want to be president of a lot of leftover people." That's my mother talking. She's always bugging me about "all-round popularity" which was important stuff back in the fifties--which, if you ask me, is where my mother is still living. Whatever "all-round popularity" is, I didn't have it--until I started going out with Dave Townsend. He was new my junior year and very good looking. With Dave I could do anything--talk to anyone, be funny, even dance--as soon as he handed me my first bottle of wine. And my mother didn't have to worry about her daughter being nobody: I was on my way to becoming Queen of the Juicers, the biggest lush at Walt Whitman High.

Original title: The Late Great Me
Original languages: English


Genre: FictionChildren & Young AdultSocial IssuesDrugs and Alcohol

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The Late Great Me (1976)
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Language: English

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The Late Great Me (October 1984)

Format: Paperback
Publisher: Bantam Starfire Books
ISBN: 0553250299
Pages: 250

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The Late Great Me (October 1, 1984)

Format: Paperback
Publisher: Starfire
ISBN: 0553259105
Dimensions: 4.2 x 6.9 x 0.8 in
Pages: 256

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