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050 0 0 _aPS3552.O874
_bZ89 1989
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100 1 _aSawyer-Lau├žanno, Christopher,
_d1951-
245 1 3 _aAn invisible spectator :
_ba biography of Paul Bowles /
_cChristopher Sawyer-Lau├žanno.
250 _a1st ed.
260 _aNew York :
_bWeidenfeld & Nicolson,
_cc1989.
300 _axv, 501 p., [16] p. of plates :
_bill. ;
_c24 cm.
502 _aThis biography of self-exiled composer/novelist Paul Bowles explores his tormented childhod, his marriage to novelist Jane Bowles, and his acknowledged role as the spiritual father of the Beat movement and the eminence grise of the American expatriate community in Tangiers
504 _aBibliography: p. 423-429.
600 1 0 _aBowles, Paul,
_d1910-1999.
650 0 _aAuthors, American
_y20th century
_vBiography.
650 0 _aComposers
_zUnited States
_vBiography.
650 0 _aAmericans
_zMorocco
_vBiography.
651 0 _aMorocco
_xIntellectual life
_y20th century.
651 0 _aMorocco
_xSocial life and customs.
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