Calvin Tomkins
Modern Library, New York, 1998, 1971; originally published 1962, English
Nonfiction, Art and Cultural History
ISBN: 9780679603085

An expanded version of a New Yorker profile Tomkins wrote that recreates the privileged world of Gerald and Sara Murphy, two Americans who found themselves at the center of a group of artists and expatriate writers in France in the years between World War I and World War II.

On 3 book lists
David Easton

My favorite book to give at any time of the year. —November 2011

George Lois

The poignant, astounding story of Sara and Gerald Murphy.

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