Sunday Stories: “Chloe in Brooklyn”

Chloe in Brooklyn by Julie Hart  –“the 19th century city is surprisingly intact and, in parts, it is unusually handsome, with its low skyline and big old trees and rows of sculptured houses of brick and brownstone. Writers seldom live where it is ugly, if they have any choice in the matter.“ Evan Hughes, Literary Brooklyn Chloe finds a third-floor walk-up in a brownstone in Brooklyn Heights, a block and a half from where Truman Capote wrote Breakfast at Tiffany’s. […]

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