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BOOZE
After a hard day's work, numbed the sadness with booze and soothing music.
page 274
Meaning: to drink liquor to
excess.
PEDDLING
Robert Stepto writes that pictures like this one record the fat that some migrants worked not in the industries but in the alleyways, selling ice and vegetables and peddling whatever they could from the backs of wagons
page 271
Meaning: to sell or offer for
sale from place to
place.
ILLUSTRIOUS
Wayne F. Miller served as a photographer in the U.S. Navy during World War 11 and in an illustious career has worked for many magazines.
page 269
Meaning: notable outstanding
because of rank or
achievement.
Much in the public
eye, well-known,
famed or famous.
HUNKS
And I am remembering hunks of my time being murdered away as I suffered blistering hot summers.
page 274
Meaning: huge, a handsome man.
ALTERATION
An alteration that can be trace in the novel of Richard Wright.
page 269
Meaning: to make or become
different.