Disraeli Avenue - PDF

Disraeli Avenue
“I lived in Disraeli Avenue, in between Gladstone Street and Campbell-Bannerman Road.” The neighbors all pronounced it as “ Dizz- rah- el-lee” (four syllables) Avenue. My mother’s house was a semi-detached type on a street with 31 similar-looking houses. They looked identical but I knew that they weren’t. There were differences.” Jude-- in search of Adam. The houses on Disraeli Avenue all looked the same-- the same shape, the same size, but behind each colored front door there...
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