Putnam Pub Group., 1996. FIRST EDITION. Quarter-bound in red board over gray boards, with photographic endpapers, bright silver lettering to the spine, and the author's initials stamped in silver on the front board. Fore-edges of the leaves are rough-cut. Illustrated with 8 pages of black-and-white photographs. As-new copy in a fine gray pictorial dust wrapper that retains the publisher's price of $24.95 in the upper right of the front flap. "In 1948, an American innocent named Art Buchwald set sail for Paris, France, determined to crash Hemingway's moveable feast and make himself famous. What's more, he did it.Now he remembers those golden years--when he wrote for the Paris Herald Tribune, fell in love, spoofed Hemingway, dined with gangsters, and crashed costume balls in Venice. Everything that has made Buchwald one of the world's best-loved writers is in this funny, enchanting, poignant book." Signed, inscribed and dated on title page "To Gracie, You ^ too will always have Paris. Art Buchwald 1996." 236 pages.