Complemented by two hundred evocative period photographs, an English translation of the classic account of Paris in the 1950s explores the Left Bank cafs, galleries, underground jazz clubs, theaters, and salons that were home to the existentialist and post-surrealistic circles of the era, with portraits of Jean Cocteau, Jean Genet, Miles Davis, and Jean-Paul Sartre, among others.immorality on the part of those dignified adversaries of the cellar clubs, who just also happen to have financial interests in nightclubs in other quarters. The jury in ... He is known to anybody who has spent an evening on Rue Saint-Benoit.
|Title||:||The Manual of Saint-Germain-des-Prés|
|Publisher||:||Rizzoli International Publications - 2005|