Sunday, November 20, 2011

Common Ground

Fifth Avenue

"I think of New York, of its tremendous sense of energy, and it seems to me that it's generated by all those hundreds of thousands of people walking, and walking at great speed, sometimes for twenty, for thirty blocks — people whirl into a place, the door is swung open, other people are leaving, and the sense is one of circulation; perhaps that's the reason everyone talks to each other so easily there — because we all share that great, common ground: New York City's streets."
Kristin McCloy, Hollywood Savage: A Novel

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