Moving the Furniture Around

New York Times | December 2, 1990

By Anna Quindlen

The man who wears an army blanket and proffers a cardboard coffee cup in the Christopher Street subway station has a method to what some might call his madness. When he is told to leave the landing there, he goes two blocks down to the station from which trains run beneath the Hudson River to New Jersey. If that station is inhospitable, short on commuters or long on cops, he walks east to the West Fourth Street subway station. And he goes back to Christopher Street if there are problems at West Fourth…

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