The young Mexican architect Luis Barragán came across two books, Les Colombières and Jardins enchantés, that Bac had written about his eclectic Mediterranean gardens, and heard him talking about garden design at the 1925 Exposition of Decorative Arts in Paris, which inspired him in his own work. Barragán visited France again in 1931–32, and managed to visit Bac's gardens several times.
Crude pills were first made by incorporating the same medicinals in something sticky, such as small, rounded blobs of honey, dough or grease. The Greeks called them katapotia or “things you swallow,” but the Roman Pliny gave us our modern term: pilula.
closeness and deep attachments formed young are basic to survival.