The Last Time I Saw Paris

Book The Last Time I Saw Paris

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- By:
- Language: Unknown
- Format: PDF - Djvu
- Pages:Unknown
- Publisher: New York: Random House, 1942; Other Printing edition (1942)
- Bestsellers rank: 6
- Category: Other books
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  • By Victoria Ortiz on June 18, 2013

    I have read this book many times and never tire of it. Paul has a wonderful way with words. The people he lived with on the narrow street in Paris absolutely come to life as he describes them and their interactions with him and with each other. This book also provides a look at the complex political scene in France as it moved inexorably toward war. Most importantly, Paul's deep love for his neighbors comes through very clearly. And the reader also shares his genuine anguish at the fate that awaited them when the Nazis occupied the City of Light. This is definitely a sadly unsung classic.

  • By Kindle Customer on January 28, 2014

    I am so glad i read it .It is a slice of history of a section of Paris that we will never see again.And how better to see it than trough the Parisians living there at the time.It will be my second time to go to Paris the fist time a was younger. This time when I am in that area I will see it with new eyes.

  • By Guest on December 16, 2016

    This is not just a bit of nostalgia or "local color." It's a history lesson about how fascism slowly takes over a culture. And even today it provides a warning.The Kindle Edition is very good because the Kindle app has a built-in Wikipedia function that allows you to look up historical figures that are mentioned in the book.

  • By satisfied customer on September 19, 2016

    not to be confused with the 5 star book by Lynn Sheen of the same name

  • By SWG on August 16, 2014

    Once one's read the book, a visit to Paris and Rue la Hachette... Well, you have to.

  • By mamajje on June 7, 2016

    The book was as expected and great. What was not so good was the time it took to get to me. I ordered three books the same day. One of them arrived a full week before this book did.


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