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1. The profession is common in many countries around the world.
2. With the wage earned by the shoeshiner being a significant proportion of afamily income, particularly when the father of the family has died or can no longer work.
3. Some cities require shoeshine’s to acquire licenses in order to work legally.
4. Leaning in itself,sitting in his small stool, that tiny figure was part of the decoration.
5. He had the ability to maintain a conversation with a cigar between his lips as he returned the shoes shine.
6. Talkedincessantly, telling us, if we show a little interest, a thousand stories from a life of loneliness and abandonment.
7. A life that many would qualify sad and he lived it intensely, alwayscheerful, chasing an illusion, a dream, as insignificant that it could be he was fighting for it.
8. The boot, keep in the bank of polishing drawer, along with the polish, brushes and rags, his notion ofthe living, his idea of the eternal, the illusion of the future and past feeling resentful.
9. Study men taking, wisely, as a starting point shoes.
10. Childhood Shine, in addition to being atragedy is an adventure - rebel method to understand the tragedies - The man who is tragic, it is adventurous.
11. The dogs entered the shops and ate leftovers and waste. The boot did not go tostores, followed the dogs and ate the leftovers of dogs.
12. The officer was in uniform and walked the streets of the world, was a vermin, odious. By necessity, had to find some object in which tosatisfy their rage, the object was the boots.


Shoeshiner or boot polisher is a profession in which a person polishes shoes with shoe polish. They are often known as shoeshine boysbecause the job is traditionally that of a male child. In the leather fetish communities, they are often called bootblacks. While the role is deprecated in much of Western civilization there are...