The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris

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"New York Times"-bestselling, two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning author McCullough presents the enthralling story of the American painters, writers, sculptors, and doctors who journeyed to Paris between 1830 and 1900 and how they altered American history.

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Chatland W

Jul 1, 2014

The Greater Journey

I would say that this is not one of McCullough's better books. It drags.

MJ G

Oct 31, 2013

History can be fun!

Lots of info you never knew you'd need. It's a long tome, but well worth the time. If you're looking for a plot -- skip this; if you're looking for inspiration -- jump in!

Nancy S

Sep 5, 2013

Going to Paris?

If so, pick up this book. McCullough provides information about a surprising number of Americans who went to Paris to study, find themselves, and expand their horizons. Like them, you too will fall in love with Paris. The book is easy to read and enjoy.

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