2 edition of walker in the city found in the catalog.
walker in the city
|Statement||by Alfred Kazin.|
|LC Classifications||PN75.K3 A3 1952|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||53018408|
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In A Walker in the City, Alfred Kazin recalls his childhood in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn with such tactile specificity that readers, too, will smell "that good and deep odor of lox, of salami, of herrings and half-sour pickles" that emanated from the neighborhood by: In A Walker in the City, the opening volume of an autobiographical trilogy, he revisits the beginning of that journey to record how the first boyhood steps in the synagogue, the kitchen, and the street gave direction to the man he Oriana is currently reading it/5.
A quick read, filled with longing reminiscences and elegant prose, A WALKER IN THE CITY has been on my long-range to-read list for probably fifty years, ever since I heard it lavishly praised by some of my favorite profs in grad school/5(40).
A Walker in the City - National Book Foundation Kazin’s memorable description of his life as a young man as he makes the journey from Brooklyn to “americanca”-the larger world that begins at the other end of the subway in Manhattan.
A classic portrayal of the Jewish immigrant culture of the s. Presenter of the National Book Awards. A Walker in the City Summary & Study Guide includes comprehensive information and analysis to help you understand the book.
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It is called "A Walker in the City" and it is Mr. Kazin's loving and artfully written evocation of his childhood in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn. Life in a Neighborhood Apart This is a book. A Walker in the City Summary This book is a memoir of growing up poor, Jewish and intellectual in a small, suburban American community in the early part of the 20th Century - specifically, in the years leading up to and during the Great Depression of the s.
Over the past four years, William Helmreich, a sixty-seven-year-old professor of sociology at CUNY, has walked almost every street in New York City: a hundred and twenty thousand blocks, or about Author: Joshua Rothman.
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A walker in the city. [Alfred Kazin] -- The acclaimed story of a soul awakening to the ecstasy of the senses, the power of language, and the meaning of existence.
Alfred Kazin (June 5, – June 5, ) was an American writer and literary critic. He wrote often about the immigrant experience in early twentieth century America. 3 Personal life. Editor (selected) 7 External links.
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