Christopher Morley's New York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • A Note on Sources vi
  • Contents vii
  • Flammantia Moenia Demimundi x
  • O Rare Chris Morley xi
  • Publisher's Foreword xv
  • East Side, West Side, All Around the Town 1
  • Unhealthy 3
  • The Anatomy of Manhattan 11
  • Vesey Street 15
  • Brooklyn Bridge 21
  • Passage from Some Memoirs 27
  • Round Columbus Circle 33
  • On Being in a Hurry 39
  • Confessions of a Human Globule 45
  • Notes on a Fifth Avenue Bus 47
  • Sunday Morning 49
  • Upper Broadway 54
  • A Bibliophile in a Big House 59
  • West End Avenue 63
  • Venison Pasty 70
  • West Broadway 74
  • 100 Words 80
  • A City Note-Book 85
  • Thoughtmarks 106
  • Thoughts in the Subway 112
  • Grand Avenue, Brooklyn 118
  • Alice and the Aquitania 122
  • Dowager of the Sea 139
  • Coldest and Hottest 148
  • Epistle to the Colossians 156
  • Barabbas 163
  • On Belonging to Clubs 172
  • Three News-Reels 185
  • Blue China 214
  • To a New Yorker a Hundred Years Hence 220
  • Round Manhattan Island 224
  • The Constant Nymph 229
  • The Editor at the Ball Game (world's Series Opening, 1922) 235
  • First Lessons in Clowning 244
  • The Return to Town 253
  • The Three Hours for Lunch Club 259
  • Three Hours for Lunch 261
  • Adventures at Lunch Time 268
  • Secret Transactions of the Three Hours for Lunch Club 274
  • Initiation 281
  • Creed of the Three Hours for Lunch Club 286
  • Fulton Street, and Walt Whitman 291
  • Mcsorley's 298
  • The Club in Hoboken 305
  • The Club at Its Worst 311
  • Suburban Life in Roslyn 315
  • House-Hunting 317
  • Long Island Revisited 321
  • A Suburban Sentimentalist 327
  • The Little House 333
  • Evicted by an Owl 336
  • Tadpoles 337
  • Magic in Salamis 341
  • N. S. N. S. 347
  • Consider the Commuter 352
  • Letting Out the Furnace 364
  • Madonna of the Taxis 368
  • Midsummer in Salamis 372
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