The Wicked Pavilion

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Houghton Mifflin, 1954 - New York (N.Y.) - 306 pages
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Story of mid-century New York, and the people who frequented the Cafe Julien, just off Washington Square.

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User Review  - Tobias - Goodreads

Very good mid-century American fiction -- though, oddly, the cover copy on the edition I have kinda spoils something. (To the extent that they can be spoiled -- this could fairly be called a comedy of manners, so we're not in THE USUAL SUSPECTS territory here.) Read full review

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User Review  - Eric - Goodreads

I discovered this book because of a literary pub crawl I run in Greenwich Village, and I fell in love with her. This book is a funny, touching, scathing and sentimental look at the many different ... Read full review

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entrance 3 a young man against the city
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gentleman against women 131 the animal lovers
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