M F K Fisher moved to Aix-en-Provence with her daughters after the Second World War.
In 'Map of Another Town', she traces the history of this ancient and famous town, known for its tree-lined avenues, pretty fountains and ornate facades.
Beyond the tourist sights, Fisher introduces us to its inhabitants: the waiters and landladies, down-and-outs and local characters - all recovering from the affects of the war in a drastically new France.
A companion piece to 'The Gastronomical Me', in this memoir Fisher finds herself alone, older and with two small children to care for, while at the same time … read more
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