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Life is a journey

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A boy discovers his homosexuality. He condemns himself for an attempted seduction of a more youthful friend. He seriously risks dying when he decides to take drugs.

The social environments described are those of the Italian Scout Association that the characters attend. Also, of Italy in the 70s.

This boy’s life is pervaded with love, lessons, hardships, deaths, and special moments. The road is not pleasant.

It is a perilous journey that deals with drug use, repentance, prostitution, pain, forgiveness, and hopefully redemption.

 

The descriptions of drug use are limited and very apologetic.

In the unfolding of the story there is a sexual assault scene that is not quite consensual.

Copyright © 2020 Lenny Bruce; All Rights Reserved.

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Based on your 'Pen Name' are we to expect vulgar language, off color remarks & satirical comedy? I recently saw a documentary on 'Lenny Bruce' that made radio 'Shock Jock' Howard Stern seem tame. Or is your name just a coincadink?

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The choice of nom de plum was a coincidence. I had known Lenny Bruce through Bob Fosse's film with Dustin Hoffman. Wanting a nickname that contained the word Lenny, for my own reasons, I chose Lenny Bruce. I didn't think at the time that it could be associated with a vulgar language that didn't belong to me at all. Meanwhile the nickname had stuck and I kept it. So the answer to your question is 'no' there will never be excessive blasphemy or gratuitous vulgar language in what I write.

Ciao!

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