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The Left Bank Revisited: Selections from the Paris Tribune, 1917-1934. Edited by Hugh Ford.
by [Paris in the 1920s].

Publisher Information:
Pennsylvania State University Press, University Park: 1972.

A Fine tight copy in Fine bright price-clipped dust jacket . This volume presents some of the best and most representative social and literary pieces from the Chicago Tribune, European Edition. These dispatches provide first-hand documentation of the expatriate life in Paris in the Twenties and Thirties. During the seventeen years the Paris Tribune flourished, the newspaper employed many famous and soon-to-be-famous writers and intellectuals like Ford Madox Ford, Eugene Jolas, Eliot Paul, William Shirer, George Seldes, James Thurber, Henry Miller, Bravig Imbs, and Harold Stearns.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
ISBN: 0271011440
Book Id: 22195

Price: $125.00

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