What books would be good reading before a trip in Provence?

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The best-known is Peter Mayle's A Year In Provence, a light-hearted and entertaining account of an Englishman who buys a run-down farmhouse in the Luberon. If you enjoy his style, you're in luck: He keeps producing new books with related themes. The Peter Mayle of a few generations ago was Alphonse Daudet (1840-1897), whose Letters From My Mill paints a colorful portrait of life in Provence. You can visit his historic windmill, still standing in a windswept clearing amongst the olive trees, on o...
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