Travelers' Tales France by James O'Reilly
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This newly designed edition of Travelers’ Tales France celebrates the culture, history, and joie de vivre of one of the most beloved — and most visited — countries on Earth. Acclaimed writers, including Peter Mayle, M.F.K. Fisher, Jon Krakauer, Mort Rosenblum, Alice Kaplan, and Jan Morris, who have fallen in love with France — with the food, the land, the irrepressible French people — provide a mesmerizing literary tour of this special place. Opening many windows onto France, this collection reveals the most important reason to visit: to experience life as it should be. “Pays homage to the good life, as defined by the French.” — Los Angeles Times
 

About James O'Reilly

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O'Reilly is president and co-publisher of Traveler's Tales. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1975. Habegger is executive editor of Traveler's Tales and is a travel writer. O'Reilly-Editor-at-large & director of international sales for Travelers' Tales
 
Published May 1, 1995 by Travelers' Tales Inc. 450 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Travel, History. Non-fiction
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