American Writers in Paris Exploring the “Unknown” in Their Own Time: Edith Wharton’s In Morocco and Diane Johnson’s Lulu in Marrakech

@inproceedings{Asya2013AmericanWI,
  title={American Writers in Paris Exploring the “Unknown” in Their Own Time: Edith Wharton’s In Morocco and Diane Johnson’s Lulu in Marrakech},
  author={Ferd{\^a} Asya},
  year={2013}
}
In Morocco and Lulu in Marrakech, a book of travel and a fiction, written by two American writers who have lived in Paris, Edith Wharton and Diane Johnson respectively, surpass the limits of their genres. Although Wharton claims that she has written a travel book for “the happy wanderers who may be planning a Moroccan journey, [and] …[she has] added to the record of. … [her] personal impressions a slight sketch of the history and art of the country” (In Morocco 12), In Morocco does not simply… Expand