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Y; a lone customer comes in to read the newspapers or for a petit verre at the bar The French cafe is a refuge a place to meet to sit to see and be seenAn essential book for anyone interested in French life and culture here is a wonderfully new and intimate look at a great institution from the grand establish. Readers whose idea of a French caf is like mine was little than the clich of black coffee and Le Monde at little round sidewalk tables will be very pleasantly surprised by variety revealed in this neat little book by Marie France Boyer and photographer Eric Morin From Paris haunts much like the stereotype to rustic village cafes far outside the metropolis to the retreats of artists or tradesmen author and photographer demonstrate that the caf is than a place but rather an intimate expression of the French lifestyleThe beautiful photos are by far the most engrossing part of this book But the writing is valuable too describing the golden age of French cafe

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The French Cafe

The French cafe epitomizes the French art of living Through its timeless glass doors float the aromas of strong coffee and black tobacco hot milk and fresh croissants The cafe open early till late is both focus and microcosm of society Friends talk; lovers linger; the white saucers pile up as the world goes b. RATHER BORING AND NOT REALLY INTERESTING TO KEEP MY FOCUS THERE MUST BE BETTER BOOKS TO SPEND YOUR MONEY ON

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Ments dating from the beginning of the century to the small rural bistro from the workers' local cafes to the legendary Parisian cafes where the poets painters and philosophers gathered From Directoire decoration to Starck style this book reveals the rich variety and extraordinary inventiveness of cafe design. Perfect little book for those late night or early morning remembrances


8 thoughts on “The French Cafe

  1. says:

    RATHER BORING AND NOT REALLY INTERESTING TO KEEP MY FOCUS. THERE MUST BE BETTER BOOKS TO SPEND YOUR MONEY ON.

  2. says:

    Beautiful photographs convey the range of style & ambiance that are crucial [cultural] elements of the famed French cafe. Text seems

  3. says:

    just awesome, on the road to visit all places when next time in France, it is memory lane

  4. says:

    Readers whose idea of a French caf is (like mine was) little than the clich of black coffee and Le Monde at little round sidewalk tables will be very pleasantly surprised by variety revealed in this neat little book by Ma

  5. says:

    You can plan a trip accross France with this book as your only guide. Walking from bistro to café from Nice to Paris, Loire valley to Nantes and Mont Saint Michel. Most of the places mentioned here are typically french. No stranger ever thought of pushing the doors. Eric Morin, photographer, knows well this subject. He lives in the Bastille

  6. says:

    Perfect little book for those late night or early morning remembrances.

  7. says:

    Certainly came up to expectation brought back happy memories of some visits and encouraged in the future. The item was in excellent condition a bonus.

  8. says:

    Was not that impressed with the selection of many of the cafes. Some were actually so outdated and even ugly.