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An American born in Paris at the turn of the last century, Julian Green takes the reader on an imaginative stroll around the French capital, revealing its secret stairways, courtyards, and alleys. From haunted visions of Notre Dame to memories of the old Trocadero, Green describes strange and little-known locations as well as the great sights. A special bilingual edition illustrated with Green's own photographs, this is a book to treasure, containing the hidden delights of Paris in an intimate literary portrait.

Julian Green published over 70 books in France and was a member of both the Academie Francaise and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Publisher: New York :, Marion Boyars,, 2005.
ISBN: 9780714534046
Branch Call Number: 843.912 G823G
Characteristics: 153 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Underwood, J. A. (James Amery)


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