No Hurry to Get Home: The Memoir of the New Yorker Writer Whose Unconventional Life and Adventures Spanned the Century

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Emily Hahn, staff writer for "The New Yorker" for more than 70 years, describes her experiences traveling alone in the Belgian Congo at age 25, her liaisons with a Chinese poet and a British spy, and her life as a writer in Greenwich Village.

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