"A jaunty sampler of aphorisms." — Sam Roberts, The New York Times "A fun book and a good buy and much easier to slip in a pocket than an iPad." — Brooklyn Eagle Daily Love it or hate it, everyone has an opinion on New York! This compact gift book is packed with more t... read more
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"A jaunty sampler of aphorisms." — Sam Roberts, The New York Times "A fun book and a good buy and much easier to slip in a pocket than an iPad." — Brooklyn Eagle Daily Love it or hate it, everyone has an opinion on New York! This compact gift book is packed with more than 500 pithy comments, compliments, and criticisms about the city that never sleeps. It features short quotes from Walt Whitman, Langston Hughes, Robert Benchley, Helen Hayes, Lenny Bruce, Jane Jacobs, Fiorello La Guardia, and hundreds of others concerning skyscrapers, subways, Broadway, and other aspects of Big Apple life.
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