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  • Author:
    Francis Carco,Gilbert Alter-Gilbert
  • ISBN:
    1931243638
  • ISBN13:
    978-1931243636
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    Green Integer (November 1, 2003)
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    112 pages
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Streetcorners (Green Integer). by Francis Carco (Author), Gilbert Alter-Gilbert (Translator). has been added to your Cart.

Streetcorners (Green Integer). ISBN-13: 978-1931243636.

Streetcorners collects, for the first time in English, a number of Francis Carco’s renowned prose poems, works which defined the Paris scenes of Montmartre and Montparnasse for decades. The translator has brought together sixty pieces that reflect everything from rainy nights in Paris, to the world of music halls, seedy bars, the hairdresser’s, and houses of prostitution.

Francis Carco, Gilbert Alter-Gilbert (Translator). Published November 1st 2003 by Green Integer (first published 2003). Streetcorners collects, for the first time in English, a number of Francis Carco’s renowned prose poems, works which defined the Paris scenes of Montmartre and Montparnasse for decades. Book Format: Paperback. Streetcorners (Green Integer) Format: Paperback Authors: Francis Carco ISBN10: 1931243638 Published: 2003-11-01 Streetcorners (Green Integer).

Gilbert Alter-Gilbert is a critic, translator, and literary historian whose work . A-G. -Francis Carco was the very prototype of the Left Bank bohemian of the early years of the twentieth century.

Gilbert Alter-Gilbert is a critic, translator, and literary historian whose work has appeared in numerous magazines and journals. His book-length translations include: The Mirror of Lida Sal by Miguel Ángel Asturias. For Green Integer Press, he's doing additional book-length translations: The Fantastic Tales of Alberto Savinio and Jesus Christ, Flashy Adventurer (tentative title, which I think should be made permanent) by Francis Picabia. Alter-Gilbert has acted as redactor, revisionist, ghost writer, and factotum for many periodicals.

Streetcorners: Prose Poems of the Demi-Monde. Gilbert Alter-Gilbert.

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Clearly Francis Gilbert is a gifted and charismatic teacher, Philip Pullman, author of ‘Northern Lights’. Gilbert writes so well that you half-suspect he could give up the day job, The Independent. Are you a student struggling to understand Henry James’s classic novella? Or are you an

Clearly Francis Gilbert is a gifted and charismatic teacher, Philip Pullman, author of ‘Northern Lights’. A great teacher, Jeremy Paxman, BBC’s Newsnight. Clearly Francis Gilbert is a gifted and charismatic teacher, Philip Pullman, author of ‘Northern Lights’.

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Francis Carco (born François Carcopino-Tusoli) (1886–1958) was a French author, born at Nouméa, New Caledonia. He was a poet, belonging to the Fantaisiste school, a novelist, a dramatist, and art critic for L'Homme libre and Gil Blas

Francis Carco (born François Carcopino-Tusoli) (1886–1958) was a French author, born at Nouméa, New Caledonia. He was a poet, belonging to the Fantaisiste school, a novelist, a dramatist, and art critic for L'Homme libre and Gil Blas. During World War I he became aviation pilot at Étampes, after studying at the aviation school there. His works are picturesque, painting as they do the street life of Montmartre, and being written often in the argot of Paris.

Streetcorners collects, for the first time in English, a number of Francis Carco’s renowned prose poems, works which defined the Paris scenes of Montmartre and Montparnasse for decades. The translator has brought together sixty pieces that reflect everything from rainy nights in Paris, to the world of music halls, seedy bars, the hairdresser’s, and houses of prostitution.