Review: Twenty Minutes in Manhattan, by Michael Sorkin

Twenty Minutes in Manhattan, by Michael Sorkin

A book based around the contemplative opportunity offered by the daily act of walking through the city to work was always going to be something I could readily relate to, having been able to do exactly that for all but one of my 14 years in London. But Michael Sorkin’s ...

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