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Chorus Boy William Narducci

Chorus Boy

William Narducci

Published August 3rd 2004
ISBN : 9780595328017
Paperback
324 pages
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Early on in his backstage life he realized he was gay, and in due time accepted his being different readily enough to become as happy a homosexual as one is likely to encounter, even when he was involved in the grizzliest of gay activities, some ofMoreEarly on in his backstage life he realized he was gay, and in due time accepted his being different readily enough to become as happy a homosexual as one is likely to encounter, even when he was involved in the grizzliest of gay activities, some of which are written about herein. Having reached total blindness at about 65 years of age, he writes in third person: There was a time when he did tap routines- now he taps down the street with his cane. He sings to himself: Everybody loves a chorus boy. I used to be a twinkie. Everybody loves a chorus boy, But now I am a blinkie. Tap-tap-tap. And he ends his book with: Its a sunny day with blue skies and birds twittering in the trees, and an old crone passes him and says hes not missing much. Bill smiles and continues to walk straight ahead.