Monthly Archives: September 2010

New York City: 1882, 1970, 2010

I’ve finished Time and Again, by Jack Finney, and I’d like to share my thoughts. The protagonist, Si Morley, compares the New York (and world) of 1882 to his present day, and in the end he finds 1882 a better … Continue reading

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Time for “Time And Again” by Jack Finney

In a “former life” I was a bookseller in Manhattan, the perfect job for a recently minted English major and enthusiastic reader. While I’m still an avid reader, I tend toward borrowing books from our wonderful New York Public Library … Continue reading

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Poetry Reading Atop the Arsenal at the Central Park Zoo

I grew up around the corner from the grim brick building just inside Central Park at 65th Street and Fifth Avenue. As a child I played everyday in the playground up the street and on the park’s rock formations. I … Continue reading

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