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Lust in Translation

Lust in Translation   Lust in Translation: Infidelity from Tokyo to Tennessee by Pamela Drukerman came out in 2008.  Former foreign correspondent for the Wall Street Journal now living in Paris, Druckerman offers an anecdotal exploration of the international etiquette … Continue reading

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Madame de Cleves and Morality

Madame de Cleves and Morality Cari Gilkison, French Literature 1996   During the period when The Princess de Cleves was set and especially the time it was written, the French were particularly hypocritical.  The society in which Madame de Cleves … Continue reading

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