THE PIT AND THE CENTURY PLANT by Pati Hill

THE PIT AND THE CENTURY PLANT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

From the world of Paris fashions (the Balenciaga salon) where she was an American engaged to a Frenchman, Pati Hill went abruptly to seek seclusion in the village of Monterre. This is the Journal of that year, perceptively and humorously written. With patience, Pati Hill learned to live with discomforts and to know her difficult neighbors so well that the separation from them was painful. Word of mouth recommendation might well make this a popular success.

Pub Date: Sept. 21st, 1955
Publisher: Harper