- Author:MRS ROBERT HENREY
- Publisher:LONDON J M DENT AND SONS; First Edition edition (1954)
- Pages:250 pages
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Mrs Robert Henrey’s books.
Home Browse Books Book details, A Month in Paris. Paris actresses dispose of their town houses to live under the eaves
Home Browse Books Book details, A Month in Paris. By Mrs. Robert Henrey. Paris actresses dispose of their town houses to live under the eaves. My room, for instance, is Bohemian and full of character, and though I have running water and the telephone, I must go a few yards away, as in a private house, to have a bath. This building is, indeed, two hotels-one delightfully luxurious which I like to cross, coming and going, listening to the high-pitched music of Cuban Spanish; the other modest, truly Parisian, on the roof-tops of the city.
by Mrs Robert Henrey.
Madeleine Mathilde Henrey (1906–2004, née Gal, pseud. Mrs Robert Henrey) was a French-born author of over 30 books, mainly of an autobiographical nature, that enjoyed considerable fame in post-war Britain and established rural titles as a genre. Henrey was born Madeleine Gal, the daughter of a miner and seamstress, and moved as a child to Soho, in London, following her father's death
WRITING with somewhat conscious quaintness under her married name, Mrs. Robert Henrey has established her personality and .
WRITING with somewhat conscious quaintness under her married name, Mrs. Robert Henrey has established her personality and won a circle of devoted readers. Her two previous books, particularly. View Full Article in Timesmachine . Advertisement.
Mr and Mrs Andrews is an oil on canvas portrait of about 1750 by Thomas Gainsborough, now in the National Gallery, London. Today it is one of his most famous works, but it remained in the family of the sitters until 1960 and was very little known before it appeared in an exhibition in Ipswich in 1927, after which it was regularly requested for other exhibitions in Britain and abroad, and praised by critics for its charm and freshness
A Farm In Normandy And The Return To To The Farm. A Daughter For A Fortnight. Madeleine Young Wife. The Little Madeleine.
Henry Inman: Mrs. Robert Lowden. Henry Inman (1801–1846).
Mrs Harris is a salt-of-the-earth London charlady who cheerfully cleans the houses of the rich. One day, when tidying Lady Dant's wardrobe, she comes across the most beautiful thing she has ever seen in her life - a Dior dress. Always kind, always cheery and always winsome, the indomitable Mrs Harris takes Paris by storm and learns one of life's greatest lessons along the way. This treasure from the 1950s introduces the irrepressible Mrs Harris, part charlady, part fairy-godmother, whose adventures take her from her humble London roots to the heights of glamour.