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Americans in Paris: A Literary Anthology

Seventy writers spanning three centuries record their impressions of the City of Lights More
Edited by Adam Gopnik

“Among the abundant charms of the anthology are the many instances in which someone from another time describes the Paris we seem to already know. . . . Gopnik, New Yorker staff writer and author of Paris to the Moon, does a superb and pithy job of introducing the writers and placing them in the context of their time, expatriate literature or American letters in general.”—San Francisco Gate

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ISBN: 978-1-93108256-3 613 pages

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