The Immortal Traveller

A busy week this week, I am still reading Paul Louis Rossi’s 1990 book, Régine, which is more like an autobiography of Rossi living through the 1930s and 40s, at least, so far.  I suspect the character, Régine, will start to take on a more prominent role.  Rossi gives us lots of street names and, as my blog readers told me last week, the district to the east of Nantes city centre which still exists today, the quartier de Doulon. And even a mention of Plymouth! But this morning La Voyageuse immortelle arrived.  Rossi’s later collection, which was published in 2001 by French publishers, Le temps qu’il fait in Bazas