Title: That Summer in Paris: Memories of Tangled ...
Publisher: N.Y.: Dell #8664, 1964, 1st Printing , Canadian Imprint
Binding: Mass Market Paperback
Illustrator: Photo Cover
Book Condition: Fair
Edition: First Printing
----------paperback, a well read Fair only paperback, reglued pages, ink name and address on verso of front cover, tears to covers and spine, browning to paper, a wonderful memoir, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Bookseller Inventory #
Book Description: Toronto: MacMillan, 1963, 1st Edition, 1st Printing, 1963. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Janet Halverson cover Design (illustrator). First Edition. ----------hardcover, a Near Fine copy in blue-green cloth, a tight square copy with some rubbing to lower tips, in an attractive Good dustjacket with some shallow chipping mainly at lower spine tip, a bit of fading to the spine, some VERY short nicks and tears, a nice copy especially with a hi-quality mylar protector on the jacket, 255 pages, b&w photos, a wonderful memoir, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Bookseller Inventory # 150660
Book Description: Toronto: Exile Editions, 2002, 1st Edition thus, 1st Printing, 2002. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Joan Miro Cover Art / Arthur Lismer Rear Cover Art (illustrator). First Edition. ----------hardcover, a Near Fine copy in a Near Fine dustjacket a wonderful memoir, 249 pages, ---"It was the fabulous Summer of 1929, when the literary capital of North America had moved to Paris. Hemingway was reading proofs to A Farewell to Arms, and a few blocks away Fitzgerald was struggling over Tender Is the Night. And Morley Callaghan, his first book published to acclaim in New York, arrived in Paris to share the felicities of the literary life, not just with his two friends, but with James Joyce, Ford Madox Ford, Robert McAlmon - the world Gertrude Stein called the Lost Generation. Amidst these tangled relationships, friendships were lost, too - most particularly between Fitzgerald, Hemingway, and Callaghan - all over the famous boxing match in which the smaller Callaghan knocked Hemingway down and Fitzgerald, the time keeper - stunned by what he was seeing - forgot to call time. A tragic and sad and unforgettable story told in Callaghan's lucid compassionate prose. "---, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Bookseller Inventory # 150540
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