Greenwich Village, New York City's "Little Bohemia," has been home and stomping ground to innumerable budding and accomplished artists, playwrights, performers, singers, philosophers, authors, the Beat generation, hippies, and current countercultural types. In this nostalgic, neighborhood-by-neighborhood ramble, the homes, coffee houses, shops, pubs, and other haunts frequented by the likes of Thomas Paine, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Eugene O'Neill, Andy Warhol, Dylan Thomas, Barbra Streisand, Cass Elliot, and others are fondly highlighted and explored. Poetic snippets interspersed throughout the narrative capture the unique history, flavors, and lifestyles (present and bygone) of this cultural mecca. Street maps riddled with historic sites and outlined walking tours precede each neighborhood description. An excellent glimpse of American pop culture.Ann E. Cohen, Rochester P.L., N.Y.