Synopses & Reviews
In 1896 Marie Nordlinger arrived in Paris to study painting. Her cousin, Reynaldo Hahn, was becoming known as a composer and his friend Marcel Proust was an aspiring novelist. P.F. Prestwich recounts the relationship between these young people.
"It has a timeless fairytale quality . . . The writing is zestful and broadly humorous, the philosophy that of a French D.H. Lawrence." —Sunday Times