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109,805.  Cities have the capacity of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everybody.  (New York & City & Architecture & City)  Citizen Jane: Battle for the City, BBC 2017, Jane Jacobs, author The Death and Life of Great American Cities

 

109,806.  In opposition to the homogenising clarity of [Robert] Moses was Jane Jacobs.  (New York & Architecture & City)  ibid.  expert  

 

109,807.  We didn’t understand how high the price was.  (New York & Architecture & City)  ibid.  expert

 

109,808.  I just loved coming to New York.  It was inexhaustible.  Just to walk around its streets and wonder at it.  So many streets different.  So many neighbourhoods different.  So much going on.  (New York & Architecture & City)  ibid.  Jane Jacobs

 

109,809.  Marvels of dullness and regimentation … This is not the rebuilding of cities.  This is the sacking of cities.  (New York & Architecture & City)  ibid.  Jacobs, The Death and Life of Great American Cities  

 

109,810.  It’s all a great network in the city.  (New York & Architecture & City)  ibid.  

 

109,811.  Many different kinds of enterprises, many different kinds of people, mutually supporting and supplementing each other.  (New York & Architecture & City)  ibid.  

 

 

1,110.  I live not in mself, but I become

Portion of that around me; and to me,

High mountains are a feeling, but the hum

Of human cities torture.  (Life’s Like That & Cities)  Lord Byron, Childe Harold's Pilgrimage

 

 

3,930.  Earth has not anything to show more fair:

Dull would he be of soul who could pass by

A sight so touching in its majesty:

This City now doth like a garment wear

The beauty of the morning; silent, bare,

Ships, towers, domes, theatres, and temples lie

Open unto the fields, and to the sky;

All bright and glittering in the smokeless air.  (Earth & City & London)  William Wordsworth, on Westminster Bridge 1807

 

 

53,631.  escaped

From the vast city

Where I long had pined

A discontented sojourner.  William Wordsworth, The Prelude 1850

 

 

4,332.  Rome is the most advanced city in the world.  Apartment blocks up to six stories high.  (Humanity & Rome & City)  Mankind: The Story of All of Us III, History Channel 2012

 

 

4,396.  The number of city dwellers triples … The industrial mega-city is chaotic.  (Humanity & City)  Mankind: The Story of All of Us X: Revolutions

 

 

5,758.  A city is stones and a city is people.  (Evolution & City & Human Being)  Jacob Bronowski, The Ascent of Man 1973: The Grain in the Stone 3/13

 

5,760.  What is a city?  It is a community which lives on a base of agriculture.  (Evolution & City & Agriculture & Human Being)  ibid.

 

 

6,179.  Right now, in every big city ghetto, tens of thousands of yesterday’s and today’s school dropouts are keeping body and soul together by some form of hustling in the same way I did.  (Society & City & Poverty & United States of America)  Malcolm X
 

 

8,605.  Ancient cities lost for centuries.  Treasures hidden deep under water.  And secret chambers buried under the great Egyptian Sphinx.  (Alien & Ancient Astronaut Theory & City & Sphinx & Egypt)  Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Temples of Gold s3e4

 

 

21,574.  A great city in the dead of night.  (GBH Films & City)  Underworld 1927 starring Clive Brook & Evelyn Brent & George Bancroft & Fred Kohler & Helen Lynch & Larry Emon & Jerry Mand, director Josef von Sternberg, caption

 

 

22,456.  The city can be lonely too.  (GBH Films & Film Noir & City)  On Dangerous Ground 1952 starring Robert Ryan & Ida Lupino & Ward Bond & Charles Kemper & Anthony Ross & Ed Begley & Ian Wolfe & Sumner Williams & Gus Schilling et al, director Nicholas Ray, her to him

 

 

30,078.  Without the army and an organised government the cities decayed.  (Great Britain & England & Empire: Rome & Cities)  Bettany Hughes, Seven Ages of Britain 43 A.D.- 410 A.D.

 

 

30,121.  The city was a Roman alien thing.  (Great Britain & England & Empire: Roman & City)  Bettany Hughes, The Roman Invasion of Britain III: Dominion

 

 

57,438.  But once we really run out of the basic resources we need to sustain human life those cities become ghost towns.  (End of the World & City)  Professor Daniel Gilbert, Harvard University

 

 

31,161.  They had invented the modern city.  (England & Great Britain & City)  Jeremy Paxman, The Victorians: Painting the Town: Their Story in Pictures

 

 

31,211.  They had pioneered the age of steam.  They made more than half the world’s industrial goods, and three-quarters the world’s trade was carried in British ships.  But despite this success Victoria’s cities were pits of poverty and deprivation.  (England & Great Britain & Steam & Manufacturing & Trade & Cities & Industrial Revolution)  Empires: Queen Victoria’s Empire III: The Moral Crusade

 

 

31,576.  The cities of Britain were modernising and expanding haphazardly into the countryside.  (Great Britain & England & Buildings & City)  Heritage! The Battle for Britain's Past II: The Men from the Ministry

 

 

49,249.  There are cities that get by on their good looks, offer climate and scenery, views of mountains or oceans, rockbound or with palm trees; and there are cities like Detroit that have to work for a living, whose reason for being might be geographical but whose growth is based on industry, jobs.  Detroit has its natural attractions: lakes all over the place, an abundance of trees and four distinct seasons for those who like variety in their weather, everything but hurricanes and earth-quakes.  But it’s never been the kind of city people visit and fall in love with because of its charm or think, gee, wouldn’t this be a nice place to live.  (Industry & Detroit & City)  Elmore Leonard

 

 

53,564.  The city is not a concrete jungle, it is a human zoo.  (Zoo & City)  Desmond Morris

 

 

53,629.  As one who long in populous city pent,

Where houses thick and sewers annoy the air,

Forth issuing on a summer’s morn to breathe

Among the pleasant villages and farms

Adjoined, from each thing met conceives delight.  John Milton, Paradise Lost 9:445

 

 

53,630.  To one who has been long in city pent,

’Tis very sweet to look into the fair

And open face of heaven.  John Keats 1817

 

 

53,632.  The modern city is a place for banking and prostitution and very little else.  Frank Lloyd Wright

 

 

53,633.  For a city to grow it needs two ingredients: good transport and clean sanitation.  Ronald Top, More Industrial Revelations: Europe – The City

 

 

53,634.  But once we really run out of the basic resources we need to sustain human life those cities become ghost towns.  Professor Daniel Gilbert, Harvard University

 

 

53,635.  A big hard-boiled city with no more personality than a paper cup.  (City & Los Angeles)  Raymond Chandler, of Los Angeles

 

 

53,636.  Down these mean streets a man must go who is not himself mean, who is neither tarnished nor afraid.  Raymond Chandler

 

 

53,637.  The stings,

The crowd, and buzz, and murmurings

Of this great hive, the city.  Abraham Cowley 1618-67

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