At the South Bay House of Correction, the men in Anthony D’Aries’s literacy class are old enough to be his father, who was an Army cook in Vietnam before returning home to a career behind a deli counter. As a boy, Anthony was awed by the father’s gruff talk about the war, muscle cars, and classic rock lyrics. Today, that communication style underlines Anthony’s work in prison, and his new book, “The Language of Men.”
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