|Subject: Re: Travel books|
My husband is reading And God Created the French by Louis-Bernard Robitaille (published by Robert Davies Multimedia). It is a funny portrait of contemporary France by a correspondent for the Montreal daily newspaper La Presse.
I am reading That Summer in Paris by Morley Callaghan, originally published in 1963. It is a very readable and interesting account of the young writer Callaghan and his relationships with Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald in Paris in 1929. I don't read a lot of non-fiction but this is compelling reading. And what fun to recognize cafes and streets.
Frances Toronto, Canada