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Normandy, Illustrated, Complete
written by "Home, Gordon, 1878-1969"
...ribed could, however, be followed without covering the same ground for more than five or six miles, and anyone choosing to do this would find in his path some of the richest architecture and scenery that the province possesses. As a means of reviving memories of past visits to Normandy, I may perhaps venture to hope that the illustrations of this book—as far as the reproductions are successful—may not be ineffectual. GORDON HOME EPSOM, October 1905 CONTENTS PREFACE LIST OF COLOURED ILLUSTRATIONS LIST OF LINE ILLUSTRATIONS CHAPTER I       Some Features of Normandy CHAPTER II      By the Banks of the Seine CHAPTER III     Concerning Rouen, the Ancient Capital of Normandy CHAPTER IV     Concerning the Cathedral City of Evreux and the Road to Bernay CHAPTER V      Concerning Lisieux and the Romantic Town of Falaise CHAPTER VI     From Argentan to Avranches CHAPTER VII    Concerning Mont St Michel CHAPTER VIII   Concerning Coutances and Some Parts of the Cotentin CHAPTER IX     Concerning St Lo and Bayeux CHAPTER X      Concerning Caen and the Coast Towards Trouville CHAPTER XI     Some Notes on the History of Normandy LIST OF COLOURED ILLUSTRATIONS MONT ST MICHEL FROM THE CAUSEWAY ON THE ROAD BETWEEN CONCHES AND BEAUMONT-LE-ROGER This is typical of the poplar-bordered roads of Normandy. THE CHATEAU GAILLARD FROM THE ROAD BY THE SEINE The village of Le Petit Andely appears below the castle rock, and is partly hidden by the island. The chalk cliffs on the left often look like ruined walls. A TYPICAL REACH OF THE SEINE BETWEEN ROUEN AND LE PETIT ANDELY On one side great chalk cliffs rise precipitously,...

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