French Or Foe?: Getting the Most Out of Visiting, Living and Working in France

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Culture Crossings, 1998 - Americans - 272 pages
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Everything you ever wanted to know about the French but no one knew how to tell you. Getting the most of visiting, working and living in France.

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Review: French or Foe?: Getting the Most Out of Visiting, Living and Working in France

User Review  - Laura Haas - Goodreads

This is such an important book for understanding the French - it really made my trip that much better (that and speaking French). Highly recommend anything by Polly Platt. Read full review

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User Review  - Karly - Goodreads

Very enlightening and entertaining so far. I wonder if there is a similar type book on Croatia? And why didn't I read it?!! Read full review

Contents

Introduction
13
Rudeness is in the Eye of the Beholder
23
Private Public and Working
37
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Polly Platt was a journalist in New York before moving to Paris in 1967, where she founded Culture Crossings, a cross-cultural training organization for corporate executives and their spouses. Her earlier books, "French or Foe" and "Savoir Flair" are international bestsellers.

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