6 edition of Four Lives in Paris found in the catalog.
Four Lives in Paris
by North Point Pr
Written in English
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Ford attempts to let ypu live vicariously in Paris during the twenties and thirties by following the lives of four minor expatriate artists and writers who lived in Paris during that period. The book is fairly successful. Two of the lives were Antheil and Stearns - one a promising composer and the other a promising writer/5(1).
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He is one of several hundred homeless children who roam the city, living in abandoned lots and underneath bridges. Gavroche’s parents are none other than the Thénardiers—he is the unwanted third child whom we see as an infant in Montfermeil.Paris Armstrong never saw it coming.
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