Harpo Speaks...about New York - Marx, Harpo, and Barber, Rowland, and Doctorow, E L, Mr. (Introduction by)

Long before vaudeville, Broadway, and the silver screen, Harpo Marx had triumphed on the greatest stage of all: New York City. For a kid on the streets in 1902, every day demanded wit and improvisation. Beyond the door of the tenement at 179 East 93rd Street lay rival gangs, lucky breaks, failed hustles. While his mother, Minnie, was occupied ... Read More

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