New Yorkers: The restless rhythms and strident voices of the Big Apple

Craig Taylor spent six years interviewing the people of New York for his latest book, and the result crackles with raw urban energy

25th April, 2021
New Yorkers: The restless rhythms and strident voices of the Big Apple
Taylor captures New York’s mood in a way that a conventional narrative history never could

NON-FICTION/HISTORY

New Yorkers: A City and Its People in Our Time

By Craig Taylor

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