The Paris Stories Fiction Available again for the first time in a decade Laird Hunt s stories mock parables and false histories posit a Paris pushed none too gently through its own gilt framed looking glass turning

  • Title: The Paris Stories
  • Author: Laird Hunt
  • ISBN: 9780965887786
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fiction Available again for the first time in a decade, Laird Hunt s stories, mock parables and false histories posit a Paris pushed none too gently through its own gilt framed looking glass, turning both ends of the telescope on the old men, barbers, ventriloquists, orange sellers, battling lovers, ghosts and highly lucid dreamers doing their best to inhabit it ImagineFiction Available again for the first time in a decade, Laird Hunt s stories, mock parables and false histories posit a Paris pushed none too gently through its own gilt framed looking glass, turning both ends of the telescope on the old men, barbers, ventriloquists, orange sellers, battling lovers, ghosts and highly lucid dreamers doing their best to inhabit it Imagine a series of scenes, shot by Agnes Varda and Fran ois Truffaut, in which Gertrude Stein, Michel de Montaigne and Max Ernst skip, stroll, swim and streak their way through the late 20th century streets and waterways of the French capital Alternately elegiac, tender, humorous and dark, THE PARIS STORIES will serve as a fresh introduction or reintroduction to the work of a writer whom Paul Auster has called strange, original and utterly brilliant.

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    About “Laird Hunt

    1. Laird Hunt says:

      Laird Hunt is an American writer, translator and academic.Hunt grew up in Singapore, San Francisco, The Hague, and London before moving to his grandmother s farm in rural Indiana, where he attended Clinton Central High School He earned a B.A from Indiana University and a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University He also studied French literature at the Sorbonne Hunt worked in the press office at the United Nations while writing his first novel He is currently a professor in the Creative Writing program at University of Denver Hunt lives with his wife, the poet Eleni Sikelianos, in Boulder, Colorado.



    2 thoughts on “The Paris Stories

    1. I stumbled on this site 5 years ago, and sometimes I find books on my "to-read" shelf that I've forgotten why I added it in the first place. I don't know what initially drew me to this book, but I recommend it as a quick read (its 115 are sparsely filled, sometimes one paragraph, many pages are blank.) Good luck finding it though, damn. I have it on loan from Sarah Lawrence College in NY.The book itself, it is promoted as a love story of a couple in Paris. The telling though is very minimal, det [...]

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