Jim Luce on France

J im Luce lived in Paris as a child as his father was teaching at the Sorbonne for a year.  Jim spoke fluent French in Kindergarten but, even with frequent trips to Haiti, has not been able to keep it up.

  1. Wynton Marsalis Awarded French Legion of Honor in NYC
  2. French and American Authors Compare Notes on Modern Fiction
  3. French Artist & Legend CharlElie Couture in New York City 
  4. Celebrating Yves Klein at French Ambassador’s Residence in D.C.
One of Jean-Luc Godard‘s first movies and one of his most playful, A Woman is a Woman is a
tender tribute to childishness and to American musicals—but with a distinct New Wave flair!

For the complete listing of thematic stories, see Jim Luce Writes.

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