Confessions of A Left-handed Man
An Artist's MemoireBook - 2011
℗¡Peter Selgin was cursed/blessed with an unusual childhood. The son of Italian immigrants & mdash; his father an electronics inventor and a mother so good looking UPS drivers swerved off their routes to see her & mdash; Selgin spent his formative years scrambling among the hat factory ruins of a small Connecticut town, visiting doting & mdash; and dotty & mdash; relatives in the & ldquo; old world, & rdquo; watching mental giants clash at Mensa gatherings, enduring Pavlovian training sessions with a grandmother bent on & ldquo; curing & rdquo; his left-handedness, and competing savagely with his right-handed twin.
Publisher: Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, ©2011.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (194 pages).