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    n an old house not far from Washington Square. The upper floors were now "studios." In the former basement, almo

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  • ayer. Opposite was the entrance to the kitchen, which was subterranean. Belle and I entered, and immediately the highbrow hold-up began, just as up-t

    own, with a coat-and-hat check-boy. We made our way to one of the tables along the wall and seated ourselv

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there's a sort of reciprocity about it." However that might have been, there was enough that was picturesque and one felt sure that one was really in an environment of the bobbed hair and maiden names for wives—that is, assuming that the words maiden and wives were still in the

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"All parlor socialists?" I inquired, looking about. "Have your little joke," frowned Belle. "We all have to, I suppose. But really, down here, after all, there are people who think, who do things." [172] I had been waiting for that expression, "do things." They all "do things

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only to compose music for the zither or publish one's own amateur magazine on butcher paper from hand-set type. Evidently Belle took the Village more or less seriously, after all. "Besides," she faltered, "there are no parlor socialists, any more, anyhow. That belongs to the old

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  • -room," I parried, glancing down at the menu. "I suppose it's orange pekoe—although they don't seem to be drinking it. Perhaps they're all smoking it.

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rything from soup to nuts—and I am sure that there were a good many fugitives from the squirrels in the room, whether from up or down town.

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