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Central Park: An Anthology (edition 2012)

by Andrew Blauner

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Title:Central Park: An Anthology
Authors:Andrew Blauner
Info:Bloomsbury USA (2012), Edition: 1, Paperback, 240 pages
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*Note: I won this advance copy in one of the Goodreads giveaways.

I enjoyed the anthology. It looks like I took forever to read it, but the last few months were really busy at work, and it was actually perfect for that time period - small stories/reflections/essays, usually written very well. I don't live in NYC, but whenever I have visited I usually end going to Central Park, and I love it. I appreciated that the editor had the Director of Parks and Recreation (and former director of Central Park) write the forward piece - perfect choice. Highly recommend for anyone that enjoys the park, frequently or not, or someone who enjoys reading short travel essays. ( )
  sriemann | Mar 30, 2013 |
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An anthology of top-selected fiction and non-fiction entries by forefront literary contributors includes Bill Buford's memories of a wild night, Jonathan Safran Foer's vision of a transplanted mythical Sixth Borough and Marie Winn's answer to Holden Caulfiend's question about where ducks go when the pond freezes.… (more)

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