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The author of the book: Tama Janowitz
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Reader ratings: 5.3
Edition: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Date of issue: December 1st 2005
ISBN: 074757460X
ISBN 13: 9780747574606
Language: English

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This was the first book of short stories I have ever read that felt like a novel at some points. The characters are interesting and the dialog seems real and the characters you come to know are people you want to know about. Marley and Elenor are the main ones and their stories only coincide for a moment, but the rest of everyone seems like they could all be living in the same building. Because this is a book about New York with "New York" in the title, there is something understood going in and that is one of the reasons this feels novelesque even though some of the short stories/chapters are about far off topics told from varying perspectives. Many of the stories seem to connect anyway but the story about Bruce Springsteen is one that I couldn't comprehend. It's a quick read and this book will probably rise to prominence again.

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Ebook Slaves of New York read Online! Tama Janowitz is an American novelist and a short story writer. The 2005 September/October issue of Pages magazine listed her as one of the four "brat pack" authors, along with Bret Easton Ellis, Mark Lindquist and Jay McInerney.

Born in San Francisco, California to a psychiatrist father and literature professor mother who divorced when she was ten, Janowitz moved to the East Coast of the United States to attend Barnard College and the Columbia University School of the Arts and started writing about life in New York City, where she had settled down.

She socialized with Andy Warhol and became well-known in New York's literary and social circles. Her 1986 collection of short stories, Slaves of New York brought her wider fame. Slaves of New York was adapted into a 1989 film directed by James Ivory and starring Bernadette Peters. Janowitz wrote the screenplay and also appeared, playing Peters' friend.

Janowitz has published seven novels, one collection of stories and one work of non-fiction. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Tim Hunt, and their adopted daughter.

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