Mont-Saint-Michel and Chartres
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Is my son in wishes . . . . . . . . .
The relationship, between reader and writer, of son and father, may have existed in Queen Elizabeth's time, but is much too close to be true for ours. The utmost that any writer could hope of his readers now is that they should consent to ...
Reviewed by wagonlips on Aug 14, 2009
Great book for vicarious travel
If I had the time and the resources, I would take this book to France, buy a train pass, and follow where it leads. I've only read the first few chunks, but so far it is very readable and full of detail which I would expect even people who have never traveled to Mont Saint Michel, Caen, or Bayeux will find fascinating. If you've been there, it's an extra treat.
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Ratings for 'Mont-Saint-Michel and Chartres' by Adams, Henry