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The Twilight Years: Paris in the 1930s.
by [Paris Expatriates] Wiser, William.

Publisher Information:
Robson Books, London: 2001.

A Fine unread copy in a Fine dj. Wiser, author of The Crazy Years: Paris in the Twenties, provides readers with Paris's next historical chapter in a wonderfully detailed, unflinching period description. Focusing primarily on the art scene, Wiser re-creates the slow slide from the lingering euphoria of the '20s to the doubts of the '30s. The suicide of painter Jules Pascin, recounted in Wiser's first chapter, serves as an emblem for the era, a period in which fascism and economic crisis loomed and Bohemia began to sour. From Publisher's Weekly.


Edition: First Printing of the First UK Edition
ISBN: 1861054203
Book Id: 26225

Price: $75.00

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