7 edition of last fine time found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||F129.B89 P75 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||209 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||209|
|LC Control Number||2003066318|
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The Last Fine Time is about a bar called George & Eddie's, which was an institution on the east side of Buffalo for 23 years, from My grandparents on my father's side were regular customers, and good friends with the owner, Eddie Wenzek (they are twice mentioned by name in the book)/5.
The Last Fine Time Verlyn Klinkenborg, Author Knopf Publishing Group $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author Buy this book. From its deft first sentence (``Snow.
The Last Fine Time is a book by American author Verlyn Klinkenborg about a blue collar Polish-American bar in Buffalo, New York, inherited by his father-in-law in The story of George & Eddie's, which became a popular nightspot, is the story not only of a family business during a rapidly changing historical period, but of the city of Buffalo in last fine time book multi-ethnic : Verlyn Klinkenborg.
By turns, an elegy, a celebration, and a social history, The Last Fine Time is a tour de force of lyrical style. Verlyn Klinkenborg chronicles the life of a family-owned restaurant in Buffalo, New York, from its days as a prewar Polish tavern to its reincarnation as George & Eddie’s, a swank nightspot serving highballs and French-fried shrimp to a generation of optimistic and prosperous.
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Verlyn Klinkenborg chronicles the life of a family-owned restaurant in Buffalo, New York, from its days as a prewar Polish tavern to its reincarnation as George & Eddie's, a swank nightspot serving highballs and french-fried shrimp to a generation of optimistic and prosperous Americans.
By turns, an elegy, a celebration, and a social history, The Last Fine Time is a tour de force of lyrical style. Verlyn Klinkenborg chronicles the life of a family-owned restaurant in Buffalo, New York, from its days as a prewar Polish tavern to its reincarnation as George & Eddie's, a swank nightspot serving highballs and French-fried shrimp to a generation of optimistic and prosperous Reviews: The Last Time I Lied is the second thriller from Riley Sager, the pseudonym of an author who lives in Princeton, New Jersey.
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The Last Fine Time. The book is also about the difference between the ominous narrow valleys of Poland’s Galicia region circa and the expansive horizons. Get this from a library.
The last fine time. [Verlyn Klinkenborg] -- Biography of Eddie Wenzek, his family owned bar, and Buffalo, New York during the s. THE LAST FINE TIME is a splendid series of portraits: portraits of a family, of a city, of a time and place in America’s history. At the center of Klinkenborg’s portraiture is Eddie Wenzek.
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