Macdougal Street in the West Village casts a huge literary shadow.
In the 1920s and 1930s, writers like Theodore Dreiser, Ezra Pound, and Sinclair Lewis drank and ate at Polly’s and the Minetta Tavern. 285 more words
Edna St. Vincent Millay is an emblem of 1920s Greenwich Village.
Bohemian, free-love advocate, and a writer of passionate, sometimes cynical lyrical poetry, Millay lived in various places in the Village beginning in 1917, most… 197 more words