Picture book for "The Historian"

Vampire travels across Europe


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“My father was longing more than ever, he said, for the south in spring;he wanted me to see its beauties too.”

“We took the train to Paris and later a car south into the Cevennes”

P 61 Chapter 7.

The Cevennes is a region in south-central France.

This map courtesy of wikipedia shows the exact location.


This is a dry and empty land which has historically been associated with the Huegenots.

This picture below is courtesy of alexandre30   of Vallée du Galeizon – Réserve de la Biosphère des Cévennes (MAB UNESCO)
Parc National des Cévennes.

“At farms along the road we stopped to buy picnics better than any restaurant could have made for us:boxes of new strawberries that gave off a red glow in the sun and seemed to need no washing,”

“My father drank dark red wine,unlabeled and costing only centimes”…these were the days of francs and centimes before the Eurozone was created.


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Written by Gillian

July 13, 2011 at 11:14 am

Posted in Chapter 7

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