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KIRKUS REVIEW

Many sketches by Searle and text by his wife make this a pleasing memento of various aspects of Paris, tourist and otherwise. Night and day, in and out of the boiles, the markets, the fairs, along the Seine, over the bridges, to the churches and buildings tucked away from the main streets, and here and there the people they meet. Cafes and theater, cemeteries, activities in scattered quarters, Searle draws small and large pictures that his wife describes and the combination captures much of the charm -- of the known and the unknown- of a city in warm remembrance. For a special interest market.

Pub Date: March 10th, 1958
Publisher: George Brazillr