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A stroll through the paradoxes of Paris.
Edmund White is the author of many books including A Boy's Own Story and most recently The Married Man. He has been made an officer in the French Order of Arts and Letters and last year received a literary prize from the Festival of Deauville. Ten of his books have been translated into French, including his magisterial biography of Jean Genet.
One has the impression, reading The Flaneur, of having fallen into the hands of a highly distractible, somewhat eccentric poet and professor who is determined to show you a Paris you wouldn't otherwise see ... Edmund White tells such a good story that I'm ready to to listen to anything he wants to talk about. New York Times Book Review White's charming book is for literati, voyeurs and aesthetes, and for travelers who love familiar terrain from a different viewpoint. Publishers Weekly Lovely. Los Angeles Times Brilliant. Village Voice Vibrantly evocative. Elle