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Times Square

While touring America, the English author, G.K. Chesterton, was taken by several enthusiastic New Yorkers to see Times Square at night.

Chesterton, after a moment’s silent gazing at the millions of electric lights, turned to his friends and remarked, “How beautiful it would be for someone who could not read.”

Bits & Pieces, November 12, 1992 p. 15

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