GenÍt, a Biography of Janet Flanner

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Pandora Press, 1994 - Americans - 361 pages
For 50 years, under the pen-name of Genet, Janet Flanner described the political, artistic and social life of Paris after World War I. She knew and saw people and events from Edith Wharton to Ernest Hemingway, from Charles Lindbergh's landing to Josephine Baker's debut. She wrote of the culture, the celebrities and the scandals of Paris and the wider Europe, and profiled de Gaulle, Picasso, Malraux, Mann and Hitler for her New Yorker readers.

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