"ART BUCHWALD DOES IT AGAIN. . . . A GREAT READ." –Larry King, USA Today
In 1948, an American innocent named Art Buchwald set sail for Paris, France, determined to crash Hemingway’s moveable feast and make himself famous. What’s more, he did it.
Now he remembers those golden years–when he wrote for the Paris Herald Tribune, fell in love, spoofed Hemingway, dined with gangsters, and crashed costume balls in Venice. Everything that has made Buchwald one of the world’s best-loved writers is in this funny, enchanting, poignant book.
"HONEST AND MOVING . . . A CONSUMMATE STORYTELLER." –The New York Times Book Review
"ROLLICKING . . . The book gallops and gambols along. . . . Buchwald is a master of the anecdote." –The Baltimore Sun
Art Buchwald was born in Mount Vernon, New York, and raised in Hollis, Queens. After serving as a marine in the Pacific during World War II and attending the University of Southern California, he left the United States for Paris…. More about Art Buchwald
Paperback | $19.00
Published by Ballantine Books Oct 15, 1997| 260 Pages| 5-1/2 x 8-1/2| ISBN 9780449912331
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