The Third Level by Jack Finney

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What unusual claim does the narrator make about the number of levels in Grand Central Station?

The narrator claims there are three levels, not two as commonly believed.

How does the narrator's psychiatrist friend interpret his fascination with the third level?

The psychiatrist sees it as a form of wish fulfillment, a way to escape from the modern world's troubles.

What is the significance of the narrator's stamp collecting hobby according to his friends?

According to his friends, the stamp collecting hobby serves as a temporary refuge from reality.

Explore the mysterious experience of finding a third level at the Grand Central Station in this intriguing story by Jack Finney. Delve into a world of disbelief and curiosity as the protagonist unveils the hidden secrets of the station. Discover the truth beyond what is perceived by others.

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