[audio style="wnyc" display="mini" caption="Read by the author." url="http://downloads.newyorker.com/mp3/170626\_eustis\_audio.mp3"]taught the accordionout of a small emporium on the lower east side we went to his shop to buy an accordion for jack walter steered us away from the fancier instruments keeping our purchase modest i hired the main squeeze orchestra (walter‘s all-girl accordion band)to play at my
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