I'm mostly interested in Americans in Europe, but would like something a bit more modern than Hemingway and Miller--and I'm definitely NOT interested in yuppie memoir stuff like Under the Tuscan Sun... Started Prague by Arthur Phillips but didn't like it much. Richard Ford wrote a great short story/novella called The Womanizer. The James Salter stuff is a bit affected for my tastes. The Geoff Dyer stuff is interesting but he's a Brit. So what good stuff have you read with modern Americans in Europe?
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