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Let’s be clear: Colson Whitehead’s piece about the Twin Towers, which opens this book, was published in the New York Times shortly after 9/11. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Robert Slocum
This book wasn't completely horrible, but it lost its enjoyment factor quickly in my opinion. At first I liked the poetic element but then it just felt so long winded and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by run4
Wow a critical read to grasping not truly understanding NYC. This book speaks to you no wonder it's summer reading for NYU ....welcome to the Big Apple.Published 4 months ago by Janet Baldocchi
Hard to read at certain times of the day but I really connected to certain threads of thought. Simple but thought provoking read.Published 9 months ago by Secretkey23
Very disappointed. Author seemed to think that writing in partial sentences added an excitement that did not come near matching E. B. White's books about New York.Published 12 months ago by Gilbert Cantlin
Had to read this for a class, very intriguing and a good read. Kept me moving and was fast, much like NYC itself. Good job Hemingway.Published 14 months ago by Destiny Johnson
I was assigned this book for summer reading, and it may very well be the worst book a school has ever forced me to read. Read morePublished 14 months ago by AZ