"Parisians are renowned the world over for their elegance and savoir-faire, but few are more urbane and savvy than the feline denizens of the City of Light. Cats have captivated the city's imagination for hundreds of years, inspiring writers as diverse as Chateaubriand, Baudelaire, and Colette. From dainty kittens peering from shop windows to mysterious tomcats slinking across rooftops, les chats parisiens embody the spirit of Paris. In Les Chats de Paris, Barnaby Conrad III has collected an irresistible gallery of black-and-white photographs by such master photographers of the twentieth century as Jacques Henri Lartigue, Gilberte Brassai, Izis Bidermanus, and Robert Doisneau. Accompanied by an insightful introduction and the whimsical words of some of the most illustrious French intellectuals, Les Chats de Paris will delight cat lovers - and Francophiles - the world over."--BOOK JACKET.
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