Archive for February, 2010

A special book about the Languedoc Roussillon

LISTEN NOW to Armchair Travel France with Lisa LC

A fascinating "discovery"

As part of their coping mechanisms for navigating a Vermont winter without snow, Lisa and Lisa resort to armchair travel. This show takes advantage of Lisa LC’s knowledge of France and a few French things.  Books Lisa LC recommends include: Almost French by Sarah Turnbull; Paris to the Moon by Adam Gopnick; True Pleasures by Lucinda Holdforth; The Discovery of France by Graham Robb; On Rue Tatain by Susan Loomis; and Instructions for Visitors by Helen Stevenson. We also added a new feature – the Book Baffler.  This Bookjam’s Baffler is what book used the opening line “Ships at a distance have every man’s wish on board”? Answer: Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston


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