Sorbonne Confidential

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Summertime Publications Inc, Jun 16, 2010 - Education
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How hard can it be for an American to pass France's unique exam for English teachers? This wickedly funny memoir examines France's love-hate affair with the modern world. "Her tragi-comic story explains how France produces the worst English teachers in the world" - LE POINT; 'Funny and ferocious" - THE PARIS TIMES; "Dramatically funny" - L'EXPRESS; "Highly instructive" - NOUVEL OBS
  

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About the author (2010)

Laurel Zuckerman is the author of Sorbonne Confidential and Les RÃaves Barbares du Professeur Collie. An HEC graduate and long-time resident of France, Laurel's wickedly humorous account of her attempt to pass an elite exam for English teachers caused an uproar. Her essays and interviews have appeared in Hommes et Commerces, Cahiers Pédagogiques, The Paris Times, Le Point, Le Monde, Le Monde de l'Education, The Guardian, The Times, as well as on France 24, TF1, RFI, and the BBC.Laurel is also the editor of Paris Writers News.

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