Ivar Avenue, Hollywood – the street where Nathaniel West was living when he wrote "The Day of the Locust" – his famous 1939 novel about the end of the world – starting in Hollywood. The street hasn't changed much. It's still a dark place, now with the Frances Howard Goldwyn Library – the Hollywood Regional Library of the Los Angeles Public Library system – right in the middle of things – from Frank Gehry, 1986 – before his buildings got all...
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