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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User Review  - GlennBell - LibraryThing

The author appears to have a thorough understanding of the differences in culture, behavior, and attitudes of the French and Americans. The book is focused on French culture in Paris and it is unclear whether all that is said is true of all of France. It is insightful. Read full review


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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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