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McAlmon and the Lost Generation: A Self Portrait. Edited with a Commentary by Robert Knoll.
by [Paris in the 1920s] McAlmon, Robert.

Publisher Information:
University of Nebraska, Lincoln : 1962.

A Fine copy in a Very Good plus unclipped dust jacket with slight moisture rippling to the real panel. McAlmon was a major fixture in the expatriate community of Paris in the 20s. He was at the center of the avant-garde literary scene and founded one of the more important small literary presses that published many of the soon to be important writers in Paris. For the most part, McAlmon has gone unrecognized for his contributions to the period both as a personality and a writer, but this anthology of his writings goes a long ways in correcting that and setting straight the record of McAlmon's importance .


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 25300

Price: $200.00

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