Paris Was Our Mistress: Memoirs of a Lost & Found Generation
This book is the author's reflection of a generation in Paris, from the author's point of view. It is in part biographical, reflecting the formative period of his life and how Paris changed it.
Paperback, 272 pages
Published April 1st 1970 by Southern Illinois University Press
(first published 1947)
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Found this book for 50 cents in the Slidell Library sale. Library should have held on to it. Good book. Written in the late twenties (1920's) and early 30's. Great companion source for the period to other expat works like Stein or Fitzgerald. If you like Midnight in Paris the movie...