Being Geniuses Together, 1920–1930 by Robert McAlmon with Kay Boyle
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A recognized "twosome" of the 1920's Paris "genius" scene–Hemingway, Scott and Zelda, Joyce, etc.–Kay Boyle and Robert McAlmon were the eyes and ears that remember the iconic time nobody wants to forget. In an unprecedented moment literary genius of her own, Boyle has taken to her former partner-in-crime's 1938 memoir with a red pen––revising the text, alternating chapters, even editing the photos. Boyle reaches back not just to fix some of the facts or tell secrets of the star-studded Paris crowd, but to reach the late McAlmon himself, haunting this text with a discursive reunion of old friends.
Revised and with supplementary chapters by Kay Boyle.
Photo reproductions printed w. permission from estates, publishers, etc.