Dumbfounded: A Memoir by Matt Rothschild


A candid, and quite funny memoir about growing up as a plump Jewish kid under the care of his grandparents because his mother leaves him for Italy and her fourth husband. Rothschild shares his struggle to fit into the WASPy world of Upper East Side Manhattan and his eccentric and dysfunctional family. Check catalog for availability.




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