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The Portable Paul and Jane Bowles

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Paperback, The Viking Portable Library, 611 pages
Published August 1994 by Penguin Books
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Lisa
Such a cute couple. Y'know, if you can overlook the opium, and the affairs...
Matthew Shifflett
Magnificent...Two of my favorite writers, who just happened to be married to one another.
Alicia
two of the most interesting americans that ever lived.
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Ive read a lot of it: worth it for the jane Bowles stuff
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Paul Bowles grew up in New York, and attended college at the University of Virginia before traveling to Paris, where became a part of Gertrude Stein's literary and artistic circle. Following her advice, he took his first trip to Tangiers in 1931 with his friend, composer Aaron Copeland.

In 1938 he married author and playwright Jane Auer (see: Jane Bowles). He moved to Tangiers permanently in 1947,
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