Exiled from Paris: Growing Up French in the 1960s
This book is the author's recounting of his coming-of-age in France, from the privileged environment of an eccentric Parisian family to medieval boarding schools, before he runs away to England at the age of fifteen. Within the framework of a suspenseful and unorthodox memoir, it paints a fascinating landscape of twentieth-century France.
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