I definitely share Bill Maynard's feelings of frustrations around attempts to write about Rohmer's work in the 21st century. Often feels like an exercise in pure futility.
Thanks for the link, Steve. I share Maynard's view. The list is endless; don't read Raymond Chandler's Farewell my Lovely without the proper hand-wringing because of his description of 1940s black ghetto in L.A.
This book seems to be hard to get in country. Guess I will put it on the want list. Rohmer is an interesting topic. His Brood of the Witch-Queen is still one of my top 10 horror novels.