Product DetailsEighty-one year old Nat Moyer is a Jewish radical of the old school, a compulsive and fanciful talker, a feisty philosopher, and a troublemaker given to assuming personalities, His daily companion on a bench in New York's Central Park is Midge Carter, also eighty-one, a black, half-blind apartment house superintendent. Midge's approach to life is realistic and down to earth, making him the perfect foil for Nat. With vaudevillian flair, these appealing oldsters outrageously take on the world and its multiple threats -- drug dealers, muggers, enlightened children, forced retirement, and the specter of the old folk's home.
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