Peter Graham

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After reading classics and modern languages at King's College, Cambridge, Peter Graham emigrated to France - lured, say his more malicious friends, by the attractions of good French food. He has since compiled a film dictionary; written The New Wave; directed two short films; translated Jacques Médecin's Cuisine Niçoise (Penguin) and several other books (on film, art and the history of psychoanalysis); written The International Herald Tribune Guide to Business Travel and Entertainment: Europe; co-written several guide books; contributed articles on food and wine to the Sunday Times Magazine, The Times, the Guardian and the Good Food Guide; and written Classic Cheese Cookery (Penguin), which won the 1988 André Simon Memorial Fund Book Award.

Peter Graham has lived for the last twenty years in Mourjou, a small village in the Châtaigneraie, part of the southern Auvergne.

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