Paris was Ours edited by Penelope Rowlands

May 02, 2020 by Catherine, 2 minute read time

The 19th-century American writer Thomas Gold Appleton famously said, “Good Americans, when they die, go to Paris,” and this is certainly the premise behind “Paris Was Ours,” an anthology of essays about the city by 32 writers, compiled by editor Penelope Rowlands. Discover a curiously mixed assortment of very personal vignettes about living in the City of Light. 

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