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PARIS 1928
by Henry Miller | Read by Lynn Hard

Miller’s PARIS 1928 grabs the reader from the beginning. Based upon Miller’s own experience in the City of Lights between the wars, the relatively short work covers a broad range of topics, including the impending Depression and the author’s diverse ruminations. The work, which encountered censorship when it was first written, excels in audio as performed by Lynn Hard. He captures Miller’s intense prose and offers a personal glimpse into the man known for such provocative books as THE TROPIC OF CANCER and NEXUS. Hard is simply terrific, delivering every line with enthusiasm and an ideal mix of wonder, irreverence, and heart. D.J.S. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine