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Lovers of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince can see fifteen drafts of the work on display at the Morgan Library alongside original drawings, watercolors, handwritten pages and first editions. The library is the proud owner of these materials and is presenting them in an exhibit called “The Little Prince: A New York Story” to celebrate the 70th anniversary of book's New York publication.
French Morning recently ran a blurb referring to a BBC article "Why don't French Books Sell Abroad," whose title says it all… or nearly. Laurence Marie of the French Embassy says "Au contraire".
The French complaint that Anglo-Saxon culture is overtaking their own is commonplace. In terms of books sales abroad, the BBC writes, there's no denying that French books fall way behind works from the US and the UK.
Not everyone in France looks like Emily Cooper... nor should they.
Delphine de Vigan's new book explores the dangers and delights of social media.
Take a trip down memory lane with some of France's favorite historians.
Amélie Nothomb's new novel tackles her own Belgian family's complicated history in the Congo.
Les Bandes Dessinées truly are an artform... and the 10 best ones are available in english!
Where to shop for books of all kinds in the most beautiful bookstores Paris has to offer.
The new English translation of 'Eastbound' should be on your book list, stat.

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