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If you know Paul Bowles, it’s likely because of his first novel The Sheltering Sky, a bestseller upon its publication in late 1949 and a classic of 20th-century American fiction.…

Lose yourself in Paul Bowles’s 1959 Morocco tapes

If you know Paul Bowles, it’s likely because of his first novel The Sheltering Sky, a bestseller upon its publication in late 1949 and a classic of 20th-century American fiction.…

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