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84, Charing Cross Road Par Un Beau Jour D Octobre 1949, Helene Hanff S Adresse Depuis New York La Librairie Marks Co., Sise 84, Charing Cross Road Londres Passionn E, Maniaque, Un Peu Fauch E, Extravagante, Miss Hanff R Clame Frank Doel Les Livres Introuvables Qui Assouviront Son Insatiable Soif De D Couvertes Vingt Ans Plus Tard, Ils S Crivent Toujours Et La Familiarit A Laiss Place L Intime, Presque L Amour Dr Le Et Pleine De Charme, Cette Correspondance Est Un Petit Joyau Qui Rappelle Avec Une D Licatesse Infinie Toute La Place Que Prennent, Dans Notre Vie, Les Livres Et Les Librairies.

About the Author: Helene Hanff

Helene Hanff April 15, 1916 April 9, 1997 was an American writer Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, she is best known as the author of the book 84 Charing Cross Road, which became the basis for a play, teleplay, and film of the same name.Her career, which saw her move from writing unproduced plays to helping create some of the earliest television dramas to becoming a kind of professional New Y

10 thoughts on “84, Charing Cross Road

  1. says:

    As a child, I loved writing to pen pals Anywhere I went that offered a chance to sign up to be a pen pal, I did with earnest None of the pen pals ended up amounting to much, but it was thrilling to receive letters from them in the mail I come from a line of pen pal writers as my mother wrote to an English girl her age for her entire childhood an

  2. says:

    If you happen to pass by 84 Charing Cross Road, kiss it for me I owe it so much This was my second reading of the book, and I m adding a star to my original rating I laughed a lot harder this time, and even got a little choked up near the end I don t recall this much chortling, cackling, guffawing and snorting on my first time through The contr

  3. says:

    The epistolary meanderings of Helene Hanff and Frank Dole are insightful, playful in their coyness, and progressive in their development This is an actual correspondence gone awfully right.There is a starkness of honesty in this correspondence Yet the prose in the letters aren t quite as dry as might be feared Like I said, the back and forth is progre...

  4. says:

    After hearing about this book for years, I finally stumbled upon a 2 ex libris copy earlier this week at a used book sale And without pausing I bought it How appropriate It consists of the correspondence, from the late 1940s until the late 1960s, between New York writer and bibliophile Helene Hanff and Frank Doel, an employee at Marks Co Booksellers at the eponymous ad

  5. says:

    Letters, literature, friendships, kindness and humor fill the pages of this small volume It s a gift from Helene Hanff to anyone who loves books Not much I can say except that all book lovers should read it Long distance friendships and books a lot like Goodreads.

  6. says:

    An easy 5 stars I listened to this lovely short audiobook It s completely charming The voices are perfect And in an odd way it reminded me of what I love about Goodreads Strangers connecting over their mutual love of boo...

  7. says:

    I love this book and love the film they made of it too It is sloppy and sweet and warm and, you know, just right It is the sort of book one could read in an hour or two over a pot of tea on a cold winter s afternoon and just enjoy Pure delight.If you needed to be reminded that love of literature is as good a foundation of love of the world as any o...

  8. says:

    Loved every single page of this wonderful little novel, told in letters The lost art of letter writing, but amazing how much we can tell of the relationship between the author in New York and a bookstore in London Requesting books to be sent to her she makes the acquaintance of Frank Dole, his wife, his neighbor and other employees of the bookstore Starts out as a purely business relationship we ca..

  9. says:

    A beautiful, sincere and humorous correspondence between a writer in New York Helen looking for unique books all the time and having them shipped over from Europe and a bookstore manager in London over the years Fun, nostalgic read with a smile.

  10. says:

    Lovely Charming A book lover s book.

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