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Quotable New York: A Literary Companion

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A handsomely designed and profusely illustrated anthology of quips and sentiments about New York City from some of the greatest people who ever loved or hated it. This is the perfect gift for readers, writers, or anyone who has ever been captivated by that most fascinating, difficult, and exciting metropolis.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published June 1st 1993 by Penguin Books (first published March 1st 1990)
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William Rossa Cole (1919-2000) was best known as an editor and anthologist. He was editor or author (or co-editor or co-author) of about 75 books, 50 of them anthologies. Three of his books were honored by the ALA: I Went to the Animal Fair in 1958, Beastly Boys and Ghastly Girls in 1964, and The Birds and Beast Were There in 1965. He was an editor for Simon & Schuster and Viking, and a column ...more
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