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9th Class Chapter No 28 - The Last leaf in English for CBSE NCERT

"The Last Leaf" takes place in Greenwich Village, a bohemian neighborhood in New York City, sometime in the early 20th century. The narrator remarks that the labyrinthine, winding streets of the neighborhood make it an ideal home for artists, since debt collectors find the area difficult to navigate. Greenwich Village is a haven for poor artists and bohemian young people, and O. Henry depicts a vibrant creative community. However, the "starving artist" existence has its costs, such as poor living conditions, shortage of food, and exposure to cold and sickness. It's also worth noting that Greenwich Village has historically been home to a large portion of New York's lesbian and gay population-a fact which becomes significant in light of Henry's implication that the two female protagonists may be romantically involved.
Posted in 9th on February 13 2019 at 03:29 PM

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