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A Paris Year: Dorothy and James T. Farrell, 1931-1932.
by [Paris in the 30s] Branch, Edgar Marquess.

Publisher Information:
Ohio University Press, Athens: 1998.

A Fine tight copy in a Fine dust jacket. James Farrell and his wife Dorothy spent one year living in Paris between 1931 and 1932. While the amount of time may have been short, the effect on Farrell's writing career was great. Edgar Branch has used interviews, diaries and letters from Farrell to bring to life this most influential year in the life of a burgeoning author. While in Paris, Farrell wrote short stories, and the novels Young Lonigan and Gas-House McGinty.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
ISBN: 0821412361
Book Id: 23339

Price: $75.00

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