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Wonderful Town : New York Stories From The New Yorker (2000)


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Published: New York : Random House c2000
Edition:  1st ed
Description:  xiii, 480 p. ; 25 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0375503560 (alk. paper),
Language:  English

The five-forty-eight / Distant music / Sailor off the Bremen / Physics / The whore of Mensa / What it was like, seeing Chris / Drawing Room B / A sentimental journey / The balloon / Smart money / Another marvellous thing / The failure / Apartment hotel / Midair / The catbird seat / Snowing in Greenwich Village / I see you, Bianca / You're ugly, too / Symbols and signs / Poor visitor / In Greenwich, there are many gravelled walks / Some nights when nothing happens are the best nights in this place / Slight rebellion off Madison / Brownstone / The cafeteria / Partners / The evolution of knowledge / The way we live now / Do the windows open? / The Mentocrats / The treatment / Arrangement in black and white / Carlyle tries polygamy / Children are bored on Sunday / Notes from a bottle / Man in the middle of the ocean / Mespoulets of the splendide / Over by the river / Baster / The second tree from the corner / Rembrandt's hat / Shot : a New York story / A father-to-be / Farewell, my lovely appetizer / John Cheever -- Ann Beattie -- Irwin Shaw -- Tama Janowitz -- Woody Allen -- Deborah Eisenberg -- John O'Hara -- Peter Taylor -- Donald Barthelme -- Philip Roth -- Laurie Colwin -- Jonathan Franzen -- Sally Benson -- Frank Conroy -- James Thurber -- John Updike -- Maeve Brennan -- Lorrie Moore -- Vladimir Nabokov -- Jamaica Kincaid -- Hortense Calisher -- John McNulty -- J.D. Salinger -- Renata Adler -- Isaac Bashevis Singer -- Veronica Geng -- Niccolo Tucci -- Susan Sontag -- Julie Hecht -- Edward Newhouse -- Daniel Menaker -- Dorothy Parker -- William Melvin Kelley -- Jean Stafford -- James Stevenson -- Daniel Fuchs -- Ludwig Bemelmans -- William Maxwell -- Jeffrey Eugenides -- E.B. White -- Bernard Malamud -- Elizabeth Hardwick -- Saul Bellow -- S.J. Perelman Related Searches:
City and town life -- Fiction -- New York (State) -- New York
Short stories, American -- New York (State) -- New York
American fiction -- 20th century
New York (N.Y.) -- Fiction -- Social life and customs

Additional Credits:
Remnick, David
Choi, Susan, 1969-

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