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Lovers at the Chameleon Club, Paris 1932 - Part 1: Page 3 – Page 74 Summary & Analysis

Francine Prose
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The opening chapter is a letter from an aspiring photographer called Gabor Tsenyi, written to his parents in Hungary and dated May 14, 1924. Gabor wrote about his first visit to the Chameleon Club in Paris, where Gabor lives. Gabor explained that the club was full of men dressed as women and women dressed as men. Gabor asked the owner of the club, another Hungarian called Yvonne, if he could take pictures of her clientele, but she refused him permission.

The following chapter is the Author’s Preface from the biography “The Devil Drives: The Life of Lou Villars” by a writer who claims to be called Nathalie Dunois. In the preface Nathalie explains how she came to be interested in Louisianne Villars, a Frenchwoman who collaborated with the Nazis during the war. This is followed by Chapter One of “The Devil Drives” which...

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