The sacking of Gotham is depicted largely in the form of a burlesque kangaroo court straight out of Terry Gilliam.
And the Memphis-to-Manhattan transplant does have high-rolling friends in Gotham City.
Giulavogui cried, 55 years old and less than a decade in America, but sounding like a Gotham newsboy from another era.
New York has seen a dramatic drop in crime in recent years, and maybe Gotham has shared in the progress.
Duke: A Life of Duke Ellington by Terry Teachout, Gotham Books/Penguin Group USA.
Once on a time the men of Gotham had forgotten to pay their landlord.
He was showing the sights of Gotham to a friend, and was proud of his knowledge.
Like Gotham Court, it was originally built as a model tenement, but speedily came to rival the Court in foulness.
"You can have the Gotham stage this afternoon," said Mr. Goble.
At The Gotham, her bare little chamber, with its garish wall-paper, was a source of acute discomfort to her.
"New York City," first used by Washington Irving, 1807, based on "Merrie Tales of the Mad Men of Gotham" (1460), a collection of legendary stories of English villagers alternately wise and foolish. There is a village of this name in Nottinghamshire, originally Gatham (1086), in Old English, "Enclosure (literally 'homestead') where goats are kept." It is unknown if this was the place intended.