A Literary Map of Manhattan

A Literary Map of Manhattan Explore Manhattan through the words of great literature. Scroll down the map or click on the book icons to find a quotation that relates to a specific address in New York. Enhancing many of the quotations are portraits of the writers and reviews of the original works. This is
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A Literary Map of Manhattan


Explore Manhattan through the words of great literature. Scroll down the map or click on the book icons to find a quotation that relates to a specific address in New York. Enhancing many of the quotations are portraits of the writers and reviews of the original works. This is a fascinating way to focus on the role that this incredible city has played in the minds of the writers who lived here.

Randy Cohen, Nigel Holmes, New York Times

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• High School Middle School

Janet Davidson

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