During his Boarding School years, Richard Rene Silvin rubbed elbows with Elizabeth Taylor, Marlene Dietrich, the Rockefellers and royalty from many countries worldwide. But at his first school, he learned little other than how to avoid beatings from the staff and to evade a pedophile woodcuter. At esteemed LeRosey, his lack of academic learning at his first school nearly caused him to be expelled. And after years of putting up with sexual abuse from an older schoolmate, he finally stood up to the boy only to find himself humiliated by being branded "a fairy." That nadir in his life brought forth a new resolve that led to achievements that make the book's title seem like a great understatement.
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