Paris Stories:  by Mavis GallantParis Stories:  by Mavis Gallant

Paris Stories:

byMavis GallantEditorOndaatje, Michael

Paperback | November 26, 2002

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Internationally celebrated, award-winning author Mavis Gallant is a contemporary legend: an undisputed master of the short story whose peerless prose captures the range of human experience while evoking time and place with unequalled skill. This new selection of Gallant’s stories, edited by novelist and poet Michael Ondaatje, gathers the best of her many stories set in Paris, where Gallant has long lived. Here she writes of expatriates and locals, exile and homecoming, and of the illusions of youth and age, offering a kaleidoscopic impression of the world within the world that is Paris.
Born in Montreal in 1922, Mavis Gallant left a career as a leading journalist in that city to move to Paris in 1950 to write.Since that time she has been publishing stories on a regular basis in The New Yorker, many of which have been anthologized. Her world-wide reputation has been established by books such as From the Fifteenth Distr...
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Title:Paris Stories:Format:PaperbackDimensions:376 pages, 7.99 × 5.05 × 0.83 inPublished:November 26, 2002Publisher:McClelland & StewartLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:077103282X

ISBN - 13:9780771032820

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“She stands among the best writers of the century.”–Canadian Forum“Mavis Gallant’s finely honed prose captures the small details that illuminate a life.”–Publishers Weekly“Mavis Gallant writes some of the most superbly crafted and perceptive stories of our time.”–Globe and Mail“Ms. Gallant, who has dared to drift in a disorienting century, always trusting her own imaginative compass. Her fiction, never fooled into trying to keep up with history, will last a long time.”–New York Times Book Review