THE STRAW MAN (Le Bonheur Fou)

By: Jean Giono, translated

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THE STRAW MAN (Le Bonheur Fou) by Jean Giono, translated from the French by Phyllis Johnson
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Alvin Redman, London, n.d.(1959?). hardcover, 8" x 5 1/4" (lacks jacket). Book in VERY GOOD condition. Black cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine. Epic novel on the Revolution fever which swept Northern Italy in 1848; of Colonel Angelo Pardi - the straw man - and his adventures with innkeepers, vivacious old women, Milanese counts, Napoleonic generals & beautiful high-born ladies; of clandestine meetings, street fighting, futility. Written in the historical tradition of Stendhal, Giono's dialogue crackles with epigrams and his descriptive passages have a simple, sensuous almost magical beauty. Book has light foxing to top edges.

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