A PLACE IN ITALY
(Sinclair- Stevenson, 1992), an account of life in an Italian village.
Illustrations and jacket painting by Clive Birch
All right, I suppose it was an attempt to climb onto a bandwagon
set in motion by A Year in Provence, but this account of our first
two years living in an Italian village has the merit of being a real
reflection of a way of life that still survives in a country where
the landscape has not yet been tamed. And it's fun. And maybe it should
go into "biographical details", because it's also true.