Fiction | June 01, 1983

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Joey Rogovin swung in and out of the way of the hard platoon marching like hammers on the Boardwalk. Like one more in the vast undulant sheet of searching pigeons, he would move aside for the rectangle of men and then fold back the wake behind them. And like the pigeons, he was a gleaner too.

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