1. “A Moveable Feast” by Ernest Hemingway – This memoir by Ernest Hemingway provides an insider’s look at the Paris of the 1920s, and the expatriate community of artists and writers that included Hemingway himself.
2. “The French Revolution: A History” by Thomas Carlyle – This classic work of history provides an in-depth look at the causes and events of the French Revolution and its impact on France and the world.
3. “The Gourmet’s France” by Gail Jones and Tom Jones – This book provides an in-depth look at French cuisine and culture, and includes information on the history, ingredients, and techniques used in traditional French cooking.
4. “The Dud Avocado” by Elaine Dundy – this novel, set in Paris in the 1950s, is a coming-of-age story about an American woman navigating life in the city.
5. “The Paris Wife” by Paula McLain – this novel explores the relationship between Ernest Hemingway and his first wife, Hadley, as they navigate life in Paris during the 1920s.