The young Vito, however, felt a cold anger for the dreaded Fanucci. He never showed this anger in any way but bided his time. He worked in the railroad for a few months and then, when the war ended, work became slow and he could earn only a few days' pay a month. Also, most of the foremen were Irish and American and abused the workmen in the foulest language, which Vito always bore stone-faced as if he did not comprehend, though he understood English very well despite his accent.Mario Puzo, "The Godfather"
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
A favorite quote from "The Godfather"
From Chapter 14, before Vito Corleone became a gangster: