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Four Lives in Paris with a Foreword by Glenway Wescott.
by [Paris in the 1920s] Ford, Hugh.

Publisher Information:
North Point Press, San Francisco: 1987.

A Fine tight copy in a Fine dust jacket. Hugh Ford profiles four creative expatriates in Paris who have been overshadowed by a host of more highly visible writers and artists: Composer George Antheil who was nicknamed the Bad Boy of Music, Kay Boyle a writer whose early life in Paris was as turbulent as it was productive, Harold Stearns traded the life of a social and political critic in New York for a subsistance life in Paris among the Lost Generation, and Margaret Anderson left her editorship fo the Little Review in New York in search for a more spiritual life in Paris. Each of these stories shed fresh light on the glory years of Paris in the Twenties.


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
ISBN: 0865472505
Book Id: 22867

Price: $60.00

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