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Central Park : an anthology

Author: Andrew Blauner
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st U.S. edView all editions and formats
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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.
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Genre/Form: Anecdotes
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Blauner
ISBN: 9781608196005 1608196003
OCLC Number: 758646839
Description: 224 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Adrian Benepe --
The meadow / John Burnham Schwartz --
Goodnight moon / Ben Dolnick --
Through the Children's Gate / Adam Gopnik --
Framed in silver / Mark Helprin --
Carp in the park / David Michaelis --
Colossus of New York / Colson Whitehead --
Some music in the park / Francine Prose --
The sixth borough / Jonathan Safran Foer --
Squawkeye and gang on the Dendur Plateau / Nathaniel Rich --
Moon palace / Paul Auster --
Sunday in the park with mother / Susan Sheehan --
Negative space / Thomas Beller --
The hidden life / Alec Wilkinson --
Central Park : my little piece of country / Susan Cheever --
The falconer of Central Park / Donald Knowler --
About those ducks, Holden / Marie Winn --
Lions and tigers and bears / Bill Buford --
Beastie / Brooks Hansen --
The goodbye / Buzz Bissinger --
Epilogue / Doug Blonsky.
Responsibility: edited by Andrew Blauner.

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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.

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