Paris to the Moon
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Random House Publishing Group
In 1995 Gopnik was offered the plush assignment of writing the "Paris Journals" for the New Yorker. He spent five years in Paris with his wife and son writing the dispatches now collected here, linked and adapted with previously unpublished journal entries. A self-described "comic-sentimental essayist," Gopnik chose the romance of Paris in its particulars as the subject for these finely wrought and witty essays. A winning infusion of intelligence, intimacy and charm.
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