Beaux Gestes: A Guide to French Body Talk Paperback – August 25, 1977. by Laurence Wylie (Author), Rick Stafford (Photographer).
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He was 85. Dr. Wylie retired in 1980 after 21 years as the C. Douglas Dillon Professor of the Civilization of France at Harvard University. His other books included "Deux Villages" (1965) and "Beaux Gestes: A Guide to French Body Talk" (1977), which was illustrated with photographs of Dr. Wylie by Rick Stafford.
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Bodytalk: A World Guide To Gestures. London: Jonathan Cape. Wylie, Laurence and Rick Stafford, 1977.
Laurence Wylie (1919-1995), a renowned scholar and teacher of French at Harvard, assembled this collection of French conventional gestures after studying at the Jacques Lecoq school of mime in Paris. The more than 60 photographs of him portraying the gestures are not only a delightful introduction to French "body talk" but also a stimulating insight into French culture and an excellent way to engage students of French.