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City by the Bay: San Francisco in Art and Literature

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San Francisco holds a special place in the American imagination. Throughout the decades, the Golden Gate has seduced scores of people who have come seeking fortune and freedom. Its steep streets and salty characters have inspired some of the most acclaimed artists and writers of our time. Pairing great works of art with literature that evokes the city's cosmopolitan charm, ...more
Hardcover, 144 pages
Published September 14th 2002 by Universe
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Part memory lane, part history, part exposing me to art I hadn't seen, part some new perspectives, part beautiful pictures. This was lovely.
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