Books: Expatriate

MEMORIES OF HAPPY DAYS — Julian Green—Harper ($3).

That this story of France was written in a house in New England's White Mountains is not surprising. Author Julian Green is one of the strangest Franco-American mixtures in American expatriate literature. His father was a Virginian, his mother came from Savannah, Ga.; he himself was born (1900) and raised in Paris where Father Green went to represent a U.S. oil company. Author Green, now 42 and in the U.S. Army, is an American citizen with twelve books to his credit (best known: The...

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