The Paris of the West

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
This short story chronicles Charlie Wolfe's three day visit to San Francisco. A struggling fictionist, Wolfe's purpose for the trip is to regain a new perspective for writing after a fallible college semester that has left Wolfe creatively impotent. Wolfe's adventures, along with the companionship of a muse, refines his overall perspective of the city some call 'the Paris of the West.'
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Reviews of The Paris of the West by Dat H. Dang

Robinsville Publishing reviewed on Feb. 4, 2013

Very good
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j-views Publishing reviewed on Jan. 12, 2010

Unreadable for me as epub or mobi format. When I opened the RTF, I think I know why. All the 5600 words of the story are in one enormous paragraph, which makes it extremely difficult to read.

Some very strange choices of word: "ravished" rather than "ravaged", for example, and some oddities of grammar (as well as a few mistakes). For my taste, too much detail. It's not necessary to describe every little movement and nuance - the reader is left with nothing to do, and no gaps where he or she can use imagination.
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