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Letters from 74 rue Taitbout or Don't Go But If You Must Say Hello To Everybody
Author William Saroyan
Country United States
Language English
Publisher World Publishing Company
Publication date January, 1969
Media type Print (hardback)

Letters from 74 Rue Taitbout or Don't Go But If You Must Say Hello To Everybody is a book of short stories in the form of letters by William Saroyan. The stories often recollect meetings, relationships, observations, ask questions and wonder what happened to some of the people from Saroyan's past.

Contents of the bookEdit

  1. "To The Only One"
  2. "Armenak of Bitlis"
  3. "Dr. Freud, Dr. Jung, and Dr. Adler"
  4. "Hovagim Saroyan"
  5. "Calouste Gulbenkian"
  6. "Guy de Maupassant"
  7. "The Match Girl"
  8. "Prof-Kalfayan"
  9. "Sammy Isaacs"
  10. "Al Devarine"
  11. "Samuel L. Clemens"
  12. "Dikran Saroyan"
  13. "Joe Gould"
  14. "Miss Carmichael, Miss Thompson, Miss Brockington, Miss Clifford, Miss Chambers"
  15. "Honore de Balzac"
  16. "Sam Catanzaro"
  17. "Vahan Minasian"
  18. "Geoffrey Faber"
  19. "Robert McAlmon"
  20. "Lawrence Colt"
  21. "Yeghishe Charentz"
  22. "Adolf Hitler"
  23. "Carl Sandburg"
  24. "Emory L. Ralston"
  25. "Dr. Harold Fraser"
  26. "Benito Mussolini"
  27. "The Lion of Judah"
  28. "Jacob Ahbood"
  29. "Dr. Anoushavan Chomp"
  30. "L. B. Mayer"
  31. "Anybody"

ReferencesEdit

  • Letters from 74 Rue Taitbout or Don't Go But If You Must Say Hello To Everybody, by William Saroyan

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