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The Paris Edition: The Autobiography of Waverley Root 1927-1934.
by Root, Waverley; Abt, Samuel (editor).

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

A Fine tight copy in a Fine bright dust jacket. Advance Review Copy with publisher's original promotional release laid in. This is the previously unpublished memoirs of Waverly Root who was a reporter, editor, and food writer who worked for the Paris Edition of the Chicago Tribune from the late 20s and the early 30s. Root writes of Lindbergh's landing in Paris, the expatriate community of Montparnasse with such figures as Hemingway, Henry Miller, Gertrude Stein, Elliot Paul, as well as the events and places of the day that he saw through his work as a writer with The Daily Miracle: The Paris Edition.


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
ISBN: 0865472769
Book Id: 23147

Price: $95.00

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