ix, 254 p.,  p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
"Very engaging . . . This charming travel memoir shows us how a person and a city can grow and change in tandem." —Booklist
Over eight visits to Paris, Deirdre Kelly has found herself—first as a nineteen-year-old and then later as a budding writer, a dance critic, and a fashion reporter. Subsequent visits—with her mother, her future husband, and later as a mother herself—have shown her that while