"Remarkable . . . irresistibly funny." The New Yorker The true story of a modern Robinson Crusoe and Huckleberry Finn, a homeless man and his erstwhile companion, a dog named Lizbeth, and their unbelievable, funny and poignant adventures on the road and on the streets.
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"Lars Eighner's account of his descent into homelessness and his adventures on the streets has for twenty years moved, charmed, and amused readers. A beautifully written account of one man's experience of homelessness, a story of physical survival, and the triumph of the artistic spirit in the face of enormous adversity."--Page 4 of cover.