The good life ... or what's left of it; being a recounting of the pleasures of the senses that contribute to the enjoyment of life in France [by] Phyllis & Fred Feldkamp.

Author
Feldkamp, Phyllis [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
[1st ed.]
Published/​Created
New York, Harper's Magazine Press [1972]
Description
xviii, 231 p. illus. 25 cm.

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Subject(s)
FranceSocial life and customs20th century [Browse]
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Notes
Includes Rococo is relevant, marquetry is meaningful; The world's most exclusive club; The great Caréme ... he built a better cream puff; Paul Poiret ... and the age of gold lamê; A nation of coiffeurs; and An evening at the de Gaulles', by P. Feldkamp; Chantilly: Cité du cheval; Of curds and whey; Á la vôtre; Deauville: a resort for all eras; The heart of the matter; Longchamp, the Bois, and the Arc de Triomphe; and And on the seventh day, they play the tiercé, by F. Feldkamp.
ISBN
0061224804
LCCN
72079714
OCLC
485606
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