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Megan

Harvard Square seems so different now---it's all banks. But several stores are still alive: the Grolier, Harvard Book Store, Globe Corner. The Coop is now Barnes & Noble (like most college bookstores) but there's still a literary feeling to the area thankfully.

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Harvard Square seems so different now---it's all banks.The weather, too, is essential to what makes Boston book shopping so magical. And here is where I think of Boston itself as much as Cambridge.

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