Global Doc: Rural Respite

Dr. Vincent DeGennaro Jr. '02 | Apr. 10, 2013 | Notre Dame Magazine

I initially ignore the drunk man on the street with bloodshot eyes and breath reeking of cheap rum, a self-defense mechanism learned in years of city life, but he has gentle face and we start talking, first in Creole and French and then mixing in English and Spanish. His intelligence is obvious even through the inebriation, and he says that he’s a chef and an artist and convinces us to walk with him to his restaurant.

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