Critic and journalist Adam Morgan joins us to talk about In the Cafe of Lost Youth written by Patrick Modiano and translated by Chris Clarke. We discuss the title's double meaning, recall the joys and sorrows of our own nocturnal wanderings, and nominate this book for sexiest NYRB Classic of all time. Also, we owe a massive thank you to John Hoekstra for composing our new theme music.
Read more about Adam Morgan's work here: https://adam-stephen-morgan.com/
When Harry Met Sally
Julie and Julia
The Beginning of Spring by Penelope Fitzgerald
Balcony in the Forest by Julien Gracq
Lacombe, Lucien directed by Louis Malle
Love on the Left Bank by Ed Van Der Elsken
2666 by Roberto Bolano
Satin Island by Tom McCarthy
Non-Places: An Introduction to Supermodernity by Marc Auge
Lost Horizon by James Hilton
Pedigree: A Memoir
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