A Greenwich Village of the Mind

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"A far cry from my Mother's Italian provincial furniture"
photo: Fred W. McDarrah
"A far cry from my Mother's Italian provincial furniture"

At the end of the book, after hugh tells suzuki, "don't bring any more squares from squaresville around here," suzuki packs up some liederkranz and decides she's leaving her mattress and hugh and marcia because "we just don't swing the same anymore," and she and henry are going to go "on the road . . . to start our own village where a square could be a square and a swinging cat could swing in peace" and "man—it was going to be endsville!"

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