THE “WHISPERING GALLERY”. The Sonnet Project’s interpretation of Sonnet 117 is set in what it calls the “Whispering Gallery” in Grand Central Station. The location is just outside the Oyster Bar, at the place where the two ramps from the street level to the basement floor meet. If you and another person stand ‘kitty corner” from each other facing the intersection of the walls and one of you whispers, the other will hear it. I used the phrase “kitty corner” because I have known several people who have told me about a childhood memory of a parent showing them where to whisper. I had never heard it called the “Whispering Gallery”

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