|Series||The Tales of the city series ;, v. 2|
|LC Classifications||PS3563.A878 M67 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||340 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||340|
|LC Control Number||94114189|
Like the first book in the series, More Tales of the City began in serial form in the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper. Picking up a few months after the events of the first novel, it continues the story of the inhabitants of 28 Barbary Lane. In this second of the series, Mona Ramsey, while working the phones at a whorehouse in Nevada /5. More Tales of the City () is the second book in the Tales of the City series by San Francisco novelist Armistead Maupin, originally serialized in the San Francisco Chronicle. It was adapted into the miniseries More Tales of the City.. Plot. The story begins about a couple months from where Tales of the City ended. Michael ("Mouse") Tolliver and Mary Ann Singleton go on a cruise Author: Armistead Maupin. Tales of the City is not great literature. That's not what Maupin's aiming for. In what is the first and best book in a six-part series constructed from a serial column in the San Francisco Chronicle, Tales of the City is smart, guilty entertainment at its best.4/5. If You Like Tales Of The City Books, You’ll Love 44 Scotland Street; No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency; Inspector Montalbano; Tales of the City Synopsis: In More Tales of the City by Armistead Maupin, the people of 28 Barbary Lane have left their homes for some adventure. Mary Ann Singleton finds a stranger to love at sea, Mona Ramsey finds none other than her own doppleganger in a whorehouse.
Jun 05, · Armistead Maupin's More Tales of the City. Now Showtime — not dependent on government grants and eager to challenge HBO in attention-grabbing original programming — brings forth six hours of. Jun 07, · A middle-aged Mary Ann returns to San Francisco and reunites with the eccentric friends she left behind. "Tales of the City" focuses primarily on the people who live in a boardinghouse turned apartment complex owned by Anna Madrigal at 28 Barbary Lane, all of whom quickly become part of what Maupin coined a "logical family"/10(K). May 29, · Armistead Maupin is the author of the nine-volume Tales of the City series, which includes Tales of the City, More Tales of the City, Further Tales of the City, Babycakes, Significant Others, Sure of You, Michael Tolliver Lives, Mary Ann in Autumn, and now The Days of Anna tonyasgaapartments.com's other novels include Maybe the Moon and The Night Listener/5(16). Armistead Maupin's More Tales of the City. Miniseries; Showtime, Sun. June 7 and Mon. June 8, 9 p.m. Production: Filmed in San Francisco, Zihuatanejo, Mexico and Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Prods.
More Tales of the City has the same great narrator as the first book of the series. It's light, funny, colorful and heartwarming-- a good antidote to and respite from the serious realities of life. Since I am conservative culturally and politically, I was amazed at finding them entertaining, rather than offensive. More Tales of the City (Book): Maupin, Armistead: The lives of the colorful residents of a San Francisco boarding house are comically intertwined as they search for themselves, their lovers, and families. Mona is amazed to discover a recipe book at the brothel with the name Mona Ransay written inside it. She telephones Mrs. Madrigal and discovers that she is Mrs. Madrigal's daughter and that Mrs. Madrigal, prior to her sex realignment operation, was Andy, the son of . Nov 06, · Buy More Tales Of The City: Tales of the City 2 by Armistead Maupin from Amazon's Fiction Books Store. Everyday low prices on a huge range of new releases and classic fiction/5(46).