Friday, September 5, 2014

Urbane Familiarity

"In New York, then, you are met everywhere by a sort of urbane familiarity. The man who does you a service, for which you pay him, is neither civil nor uncivil. He contrives, in a way which is by no means unpleasant, to put himself on an equality with you."
Charles Whibley, American Sketches


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