GenÍt, a biography of Janet Flanner
As the author of the New Yorker's letters from Paris for half a century, Janet Flanner knew and saw everyone and everything. Here is the passionate life of the flamboyant, chain-smoking, Scotch drinker, who captured the political, artistic and social life of the twenties and thirties. 16-page photo insert.
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