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March 28, 2012


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Love it! What beautiful work! Are there others in the pipeline?


I have to confess that I've never heard of this author, but the book looks great.


Aw hey, Liz, I wish! The translator asked me to do the design as she didn't want it to segue with every other c18 book which almost always has a c18 portrait of a woman on the cover. There's no reason that the design response to a text should look contemporary with the text: after all we're responding to it as c21 readers!

Yes Adam, go read! Does Shakespeare & Co have it?


That is a beautiful cover. And I haven't read the book so will go and check immediately!

Paris Karin (an alien parisienne)

What a delightful cover! I love it. Just looking at that cover makes me want to read the book (which is the goal, I understand, so I'd say "job well-done!" ;-)).


Thanks Johanna for this nice cartoon on the cover of this GREAT book. Superb!
Saw the announcement on Wikipedia Isabelle de Charriere.

I only miss 'Letters from Lausanne-Caliste'.
That is for the second book. She has written so much.

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