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People and Places by Richard Cobb

People and Places

by Richard Cobb

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So many essays I would like to read, e.g. on Queneau and Brassai, but haven't got round to yet.
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People and Places is a delightful collection of 22 articles and reviews written by Richard Cobb over the past ten years. The selections-- many appearing here for the first time--include recollections of old university friends, essays on authors and historians such as Pierre Loti, Raymond Queneau, Georges Lefebyre, Georges Simenon, and Albert-Marius Soboul, and colorful, evocative pieces on places such as Paris, Bayeux, Brussels, and Aberystwyth.

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