A Portrait of France and the French
An enormously entertaining account of contemporary France from the former Paris bureau chief of The New York Times. Bernstein combines personal memoir, informed observation, and news-hound curiosity to offer a stirring and unforgettable panaorama of France—at times exalted, troubling, and occasionally absurd.
I. FRANCE DEEP AND FRANCE PARISIAN
II. THE FRENCH: WHO THEY ARE
III. THE REASONS AND THE MYSTERIES OF STATE
Afterword: An Elegy for the French Difference
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