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Preface Note on the Text Introduction by Mary Suzanne Schriber
I. Boulogne to Amiens II. Beauvais and Rouen III. From Rouen to Fontainebleau IV. The Loire and the Indre V. Nohant to Clermont VI. In Auverge VII. Royat to Bourges
I. Paris to Poitiers II. Poitiers to the Pyrenees III. The Pyrenees to Provence IV. The Rhone to the Seine
A Flight to the North-East
Posted June 9, 2000
i decided a while back to read some travel lit. i found this book on here, and since i had enjoyed a couple of edith's novels, i thought this would be good. it is terrible. it seems like something thrown together by an editor. the book started, in fact, as articles for a magazine, but edith should have worked harder on intergrating them into a book.
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Wharton at her best. Absolutely charming descriptions of travel through France, the houses, the people, the countryside. Delicious repartee with her traveling companion, Henry James. The new e-book edition is beautifully produced, and the introduction by travel writer Lavinia Spalding is a Must Read. Highly recommended!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 10, 2010
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