The Light Of Paris

Author: Eleanor Brown
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0399573739
Size: 44.94 MB
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It’s so lovely and big-hearted—it made me long for Paris.”—Jojo Moyes, New York Times-bestselling author of Me Before You and After You The miraculous novel from the New York Times–bestselling author of The Weird Sisters—a ...

The Light Of Paris

Author: Jean-Michel Berts
Publisher: Assouline Books & Gifts
ISBN: 9782843238819
Size: 18.86 MB
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Each print is given ample breathing space in this volume, whose opulent trim size befits the spectacular quality of the shots.

A Paris All Your Own

Author: Eleanor Brown
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0399574484
Size: 59.80 MB
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Perfect for armchair travelers and veterans of Parisian pilgrimages alike, readers will delight in these brand-new tales from their most beloved authors.

The Lights Of Home

Author: Jason Weiss
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317971442
Size: 19.57 MB
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First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Light Of Istanbul

Author: Jean-Michel Berts
Publisher: Editions Assouline
ISBN: 9781614280309
Size: 31.71 MB
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The city's renowned landmarks and hidden corners are captured as never before, framed by Berts's camera obscura. With an evocative text by Alessandra Ricci, The Light of Istanbul is a spectacular volume on this enchanting city.

Re Mapping London

Author: Vanessa Guignery
Publisher: Editions Publibook
ISBN: 2748343425
Size: 72.53 MB
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The. Light. of. Day: a. Day. in. Graham. Swift's. London. Béatrice. Berna. (Paris. V,
. France). Graham Swift's The Light of Day begins with the mention that the hero
and narrator, George Webb, is “getting the flowers” (12). This is reminiscent of the
opening line of Mrs Dalloway, which states that the eponymous heroine “would
buy the flowers herself” (3). In both novels, buying the flowers constitutes the first
action of the homodiegetic narrators. The reader is immediately thrown into the ...