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On Foreign Soil: American Gardeners Abroad

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On Foreign Soil: American Gardeners Abroad - Hill, May Brawley
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The very act of making a personal garden implies that the gardener feels at home, and creating a garden in a foreign country requires a special character. This handsomely illustrated volume features gardens by fascinating Americans, from Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson to Edith Wharton and Gore Vidal, who have planted their roots in England, France, and Italy since the earliest days of our nation. In a readable text filled with insights into expatriate life, art historian May Brawley Hill describes how American ...

On Foreign Soil: American Gardeners Abroad 2005, ABRAMS, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780810958982

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