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Slaves of New York

Janowitz, Tama (Book - 1987 )
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Slaves of New York


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Baker & Taylor
This collection of short stories explores the lives and fates of New York urbanites--artists, prostitutes, saints, and sinners--as they struggle to cope with cramped Manhattan apartments, high rents, dead-end careers, and love. Reissue.

Simon and Schuster
Meet the denizens of New York City: artists, prostitutes, saints, and seers. All are aspiring toward either fame or oblivion, and hoping for love and acceptance. Instead they find high rents, faithless partners, and dead-end careers. But between the disappointments come snatches of self-awareness, and a strange beauty in their encounters with one another.

Authors: Janowitz, Tama
Statement of Responsibility: Tama Janowitz
Title: Slaves of New York
Publisher: New York :, Washington Square Press/Pocket Books,, 1987, c1986
Characteristics: 278 p. ; 22 cm.
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