James Attlee ruminates on Oxford and it’s enviorns
A Different Oxford Journey
by James Attlee
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A few weeks ago, the New York Times Travel section ran an article about how best to spend a day out in Oxford, England. The author advised readers down which streets they should wander and into which sequestered quads they should peep, from Worcester College, with its sunken lawn in the west, along the cobblestones of Brasenose Lane, past the eighteenth-century shops of Broad Street, as far as Magdalen College's picturesque deer park in the east.
This is an itinerary that would delight James Attlee, a resident of East Oxford, the section of the city that lies beyond Magdalen, over the Cherwell River and out of the enchanted academic sphere. East Oxford's Main Street is the Cowley Road, a busy commercial thoroughfare that is the heart of the city's East Asian community, as well as being home, as Attlee catalogues,
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