Quick Search

Alaska & Northwest History
Alaska & Northwest Literature
Americana
Art
Astronauts
Beats
Black Literature
Bloomsbury Group
Blues Music
Books on Books
Books on Writing
Borges
Broadsides
C.S. Lewis
Californiana
Charles Bukowski
Children's Books
Civil War
Cookbooks
Cookbooks/Cooking Literature
Esoterica
Exploration
Faulkner, William
Flashman
Harlem Renaissance
Hemingway
Henry Miller
Historical Fiction
History
Hunter S. Thompson
Hunting
Illustrated Books
John Steinbeck
Literary Cookbooks
literature
Maritime
Military
Moutaineering
Music
Mysteries
Nautical Fiction
Northwest Literature
Paris Books
Paris in the 1920s
Photography
Poetry
Ralph Steadman
Richard Brautigan
Russian Literature
Spoken Word
Spoken Word Recordings
Tolkien, J.R.R.
Travel & Exploration
Vietnam War Literature


Paris: City of Light 1919-1939.
by [Paris in the 1920s] Cronin, Vincent.

Publisher Information:
Harper Collins, London : 1994.

A Fine copy in a Fine bright dust jacket. Vincent Cronin shows in this compelling and original book - which encompasses social, intellectual, political and cultural history - the full picture of the cultural life in Paris between the wars. He also examines developments in the arts, fashion and politics, and has something surprising to say about each of them; but also investigates the achievements of Parisian philosophers and industrialists.


Edition: Second Printing of the First UK Edition
ISBN: 000215191x
Book Id: 26220

Price: $50.00

about us | contact | terms | privacy policy | security | sitemap
© Gregor Rare Books 2018
Site by bibliopolis