Here Is New York - Page 29-58 Summary & Analysis

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White compares the city to poetry that has been put to music. While White is looking at New York as a whole, a great deal of this description is for Manhattan. White describes Manhattan as a place that has the largest human concentration in the world. White says that the true meaning of Manhattan will always remain elusive. He states that it forces all different kinds of life in with each other. White admits that New York is not like any other place one could name. It is not like Paris, or Detroit, and he claims it to be the loftiest city there is. White talks about the Empire State Building and the fact that New York put up the highest peak at the worst point in the Great Depression. He says that the city had no choice but...

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