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“Paris by the Book is inherently addicting, thrilling, and literary in more ways than one.” —Michigan Daily “Liam Callanan’s Paris by the Book is much more than an elegiac portrait of an artist who has vanished.
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The love child of Susan Sontag and Oscar Wilde, two looming figures who. During those nearly thirty years of marriage (and while often suffering from the sporadic ill health of many depressed turn‑of‑the‑century women), she established and maintained a literary career; became an expert in interior design, house building, and landscape design; cultivated a group of friends featuring artists, diplomats, and Author: Sarah Blackwood.
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My energy as a writer impels me to look forward, to feel, still, that I am beginning, really beginning now, which makes it hard to curb my impatience with that beginning writer I once was in the literal sense. Against Interpretation, my second book, was published in.
Over the years, “Ulysses,” which we read only in its early fractions, had established itself as part of our literary life to come, when and if it should ever be completed and published. The Thirty Years War, by C.V.
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