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Greenwich Village

by Anna Alice Chapin

Chapin writes of the district with great affection and a rather refreshing naivete, with something of the embarrassed exhilaration the conventional man feels on his first introduction to an actress. Yet on the whole it is a friendly accent after the over-featured and over-adjectival publicity of industrious "special story" bandits, who do their best to rob our cities of what bloom is left them, by calling too shrill attention to the happier survivals.

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