|Jennie Faber's note||
This order is all composed of movement and change, and although it is life, not art, we may fancifully call it the art form of the city and liken it to the dance -- not to a simple-minded precision dance with everyone kicking up at the same time, twirling in unison and bowing off en masse, but to an intricate ballet in which the individual dancers and ensembles all have distinctive parts which miraculously reinforce each other and compose and orderly whole.
From Jane Jacobs' Death and Life of the Great American Cities.
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