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The Color of a Great City by Theodore Dreiser

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The Color of a Great City
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Publisher: Boni and Liveright
Number of pages: 374

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In stories such as Six O'Clock, The City Awakes and The Waterfront, the author returns the reader to turn-of-the-century New York with his early memories of the city. Also, and more particularly, they represent in part, at least, certain phases which at that time most arrested and appealed to the author, and which now are fast vanishing or are no more.

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