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The tender bar : a memoir / by J.R. Moehringer.

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APLS-Decatur B MOEHRIN MOE (Text) 34207001120006 Adult Non-Fiction Biographies Available -
Akron Carnegie Public Library - Akron B MOE (Text) 75253000049388 Adult Non-fiction Available -
Benton County Public Library - Fowler B MOEHRINGER (Text) 34044000604429 ADULT BIOGRAPHY Available -
Butler Public Library - Butler 921 MOEHRI (Text) 73174005011063 Adult: Nonfiction Available -
Cambridge City Public Library - Cambridge City B MOE (Text) 76893000236329 Adult Biographies Available -
Cicero Branch 070.92.c Moehringer (Text) 78294000195042 Adult Non-Fiction Available -
Coatesville-Clay Township Public Library - Coatesville B MOEHRINGER (Text) 78321000005141 Adult Biography Available -
Culver-Union Township Public Library - Culver 070.92 MOE (Text) 34304000409215 Adult - Nonfiction Available -
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Greensburg-Decatur County Public Library - Greensburg BIO MOEHRINGER (Text) 32826011250545 Adult Biography Available -
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  • ISBN: 1401300642
  • ISBN: 9781401300647
  • Physical Description: 370 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: New York : Hyperion, c2005.

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Summary, etc.: J.R. Moehringer grew up listening for a voice: the sound of his missing father, a disc jockey who disappeared before J.R. spoke his first words. As a boy, he would press his ear to a radio, straining to hear the keys to his own identity. His mother was his world, his anchor, but he needed something else, something he couldn't name. So he turned to the bar on the corner, a grand old New York saloon that was a sanctuary for all types of men--cops and poets, actors and lawyers, gamblers and stumblebums. The flamboyant characters taught J.R., tended him, and provided a kind of fatherhood by committee. When the time came for him to leave home, the bar became a way station, offering shelter from failure, from rejection, and eventually from reality--until at last the bar turned J.R. away. A portrait of one boy's struggle to become a man, and a touching depiction of how some men remain lost boys.--From publisher description.
Subject: Moehringer, J. R., 1964-
Journalists > United States > Biography.
Bars (Drinking establishments) > Social aspects > New York (State) > Manhasset.
Manhasset (N.Y.) > Biography.
Arizona > Biography.
Connecticut > Biography.

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