A timeless hymn for neighborhoods in and around the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, "Benevolent Change" is both literary and specific. The story follows Jack Angeletti, a self-taught, small town intellectual who struggles with his only daughter's college experiences as she branches out with a sense of freedom and exploration, in search of something meaningful and important at age eighteen, though she's not sure what. Covering a time period of roughly a semester of college, or as Pittsburghers would say, a football season, "Benevolent Change" gracefully portrays a daughter's subtle transformation into adulthood, and a father's sincere acceptance of humbly learning and living at age sixty. This gently humorous tale exhilarates the mind and emotions through shifting relationships, and highly relatable characters that will last a lifetime.
- Paperback | 230 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 14.73mm | 408.23g
- 09 Oct 2011
- London, United Kingdom