Frazier, Ian
October 1982
New Yorker;10/11/1982, Vol. 58 Issue 34, p41
The article discusses the author's experience of living a country life in New York City. During his younger years, he used to live a simple life and sometimes encountered conflicts with other people because of its lifestyle. He elaborates his family background and how his father who is an art director raised him. Moreover, the author is proud to live a country life and treated it as the best lifestyle than the city life.


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