Summary: A Literary Visitor Strolls in From the Airport

In “A Literary Visitor Strolls in From the Airport” Charles Mcgrath states peoples way of viewing and exploring the areas. Each area offers different viewpoints that can be spotted from the areas. The areas that are unknown towards areas that are familiar however yet hasn’t be completely not seen. Mcgrath introduces Mr. Self  a men who walks from the JFK airport toward discovering New York City. An example, is “There is a deep sadness to American poverty, greater than the sadness of any other kind. It’s because America has such an ideology of success”(New York Times). Mcgrath’s passage encourages people to  take a walk and look in there surrounding. If people walk they’ll understand what feeling and sense it gives, instead of knowing from pictures ans sketches. The area gets the person a knowledge and a new perspective.

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