In my city there are two book stores located
in the same block.
Minor difference but I'd always say "on" here.
One of them is on
one corner, and I call ed it the corner bookstore.
You'd say "I called it" if you thought of this whole situation as being in the past; you no longer live in this city, the bookstores don't exist any more, something like that. But if the bookstore is still present in your life, then "I call it".
"a corner" vs "one corner" is again very minor, but I think here I'd only say "One of them is on one corner" if I intended to later talk about another corner - "and the other is on the opposite corner", or something.
The other one lies
on the middle of a street, and I call ed it the crazy man bookstore.
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