Paris Vagabond in the NYT

Jean-Paul Clebert's PARIS VAGABOND (Paris insolite) was reviewed in the New York Times by Edmund White:

It’s a picture of a bohemian Paris that has now all but disappeared... a remarkably vivid, detailed book that seems to have been composed with no method, its narrative marked by a chaotic and cheerfully self-acknowledged spontaneity... Clébert is a master of the long, cascading list-­sentence, trippingly rendered into English by Donald Nicholson-Smith.