In explosive 1968, Calvin Davis spends a year in the City of Light sitting at Left Bank sidewalk cafes penning endless drafts of The Phantom Lady of Paris. On cafe tables, he learns more about writing than he has in the lecture halls of two American universities - Hampton and Howard. He also learns how to wear out the seats of ten pairs of jeans. The honor of birthing such a unique and remarkable woman as the Phantom Lady, he says, was worth the loss of the pants and the bearing of the pain for today, his child The Phantom Lady lives.
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The Phantom Lady of Paris
by Calvin Davis
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The Phantom Lady of Paris? I knew her well. On the other hand—as I later discovered—I didn’t know her at all. The woman did everything wrong. She did nothing wrong. She was a Jezebel, deceptive in every way. I’ve never known a more honest and straightforward person. During our relationship, she kept me constantly jittery and perturbed. They were the golden days, the good times, until...
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