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The Nightghouls of Paris.
by [Expatriate Memoir] McAlmon, Robert.

Publisher Information:
University of Illinois, Urbana: 2007.

A Near Fine copy in a Fine dust jacket. "Nightghouls" is a thinly fictionalized memoir of the darker side of the expatriate experience in Paris in the 1920s. This story follows Canadian youth John Glassco and his friend Graeme Taylor who have both come to Paris to find themselves as writers. They meet Robert McAlmon who guides them through the city's cafes, bistros and nightclubs where they are introduced to many of the major players including W.C. Williams, Bill Bird, Gertrude Stein, Djuna Barnes, Ernest Hemingway Peggy Guggenheim and others.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 22118

Price: $95.00

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