Paris Was the Place (Compact Disc)

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August 2013
Susan Conley, author of the beautiful acclaimed memoir, The Foremost Good Fortune, (2011), brings us her exquisite debut novel, Paris was the Place (Alfred A. Knopf, August 2013). The novel focuses on American Willow Pears, who is living and teaching in Paris at a center for immigrant girls, who have requested asylum in France. The culture, flavor, keen detail and observation, and literature of Paris, India, and the U.S. are lyrically interwoven in a story about hope, love, family, forgiveness, expectation, risk, loss, and letting go. Conley's novel is sprinkled with humor, as well as questions about social justice, relationship, human tragedy, and grace. As Willow's father, a topographer, states in the book, -- Susan K. McCann, Essex Books, Centerbrook, CT

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Product Details ISBN-10: 1482926911
ISBN-13: 9781482926910
Published: Blackstone Audiobooks, 08/01/2013
Language: English


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