Multcolib My Librarian Heather: Lost Generation biographies
Annotation:The definitive guide to the Lost Generation. An interesting mix of history and anecdotes from 1920s expatriate Paris plus a great introduction to the literati of the time.
Annotation:"When good Americans die, they go to Paris," wrote Oscar Wilde. Paris in the 1920s had a glut of expatriates, because of the freedoms, the exchange rate, the art, etc. This is a guide of the times and myriad characters.
Annotation:This documentary combines photos, film footage, and interviews to bring light to why so many women gravitated towards Paris in the 1920s and the role of lesbianism in this community.
Annotation:Gertrude Stein's salon was mecca to the writers and artists in and around Paris in the 1920s. A collector of art, she also collected the names of those most famous (before they were known to the world) as her chosen company.