My Life in France - Introduction Summary & Analysis

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My Life in France by Julia Child examines Julia's life in France and her connection to French food. Using Julia's own words, the book gives brief narratives of her experiences in France, learning how to cook, writing her cookbooks, and beginning her television program. Unlike a complete biography, My Life in France focuses on the events, people, experiences, and lessons that influenced Julia that she felt were important to her life.

Julia Child writes that the book is about a few of the things that she has loved most in her life: her husband, France, and cooking. It's also the first book that Julia has worked on that is not a collection of recipes. Instead, the stories in the book are pieces of her life, focusing on the years between 1948 and 1954.

Julia's life was very different before she moved to France. She grew up in...

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