"[...]and its wicked ways; innocent of French especially, and the ways of Paris and its Latin quarter. He had been brought up and educated at home, had spent his boyhood in London with his mother and sister, who now lived in Devonshire on somewhat straitened means. His father, who was dead, had been a clerk in the Treasury. He and his two friends, Taffy and the Laird, had taken this studio together. The Laird slept there, in a small bedroom off the studio. Taffy had a bedroom at the Hotel de Seine, in the street of that name. Little Billee lodged at the Hotel Corneille, in the Place de l'Odeon. He looked at his two friends, and wondered if any one, living or dead, had ever had such a glorious pair of chums as these. Whatever they did, whatever they said, was simply perfect in his eyes;[...].""
- Paperback | 276 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 13.46mm | 412.77g
- 08 May 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations