• Heart of the City

  • Nine Stories of Love and Serendipity on the Streets of New York
  • Di: Ariel Sabar
  • Letto da: Neil Shah
  • Durata: 8 ore e 55 min
  • Versione integrale
  • Data di pubblicazione: 11 01 2011
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Editore: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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Sintesi dell'editore

The handsome Texas sailor who offers dinner to a runaway in Central Park. The Midwestern college girl who stops a cop in Times Square for restaurant advice. The Brooklyn man on a midnight subway who helps a weary tourist find her way to Chinatown. The Columbia University graduate student who encounters an unexpected object of beauty at the Metropolitan Museum of Art....

A public place in the world’s greatest city. A chance meeting of strangers. A marriage. Heart of the City tells the remarkable true stories of nine ordinary couples—from the 1940s to the present—whose matchmaker was the city of New York.

Intrigued by the romance of his own parents, who met in Washington Square Park, award-winning author Ariel Sabar set off on a far-ranging search for other couples who married after first meeting in one of New York City’s iconic public spaces. Sabar conjures their big-city love stories in novel-like detail, drawing us into the hearts of strangers just as their lives are about to change forever.

In setting the stage for these surprising, funny, and moving tales, Sabar, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award, offers a fascinating look at the role of place in how—and whether—people meet and fall in love.

©2011 Ariel Sabar (P)2011 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

“Love stories and urban studies merge in these…cozy, seductive narratives.” (Kirkus Reviews )
"Quirky true tales about city landmarks and chance encounters." (New York magazine)

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