My Life in France - Part 2: Chapter 9, From Julia Child's Kitchen Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapter 9, From Julia Child's Kitchen Summary and Analysis

Simca and Julia grew farther apart after the publication of the second volume. Although Julia was grateful for La Pitchoune, she felt that Simca didn't listen to her. A few months after the publication of the volume, Simca sent a letter criticizing a recipe and insulting Americans. Julia decided that she wouldn't collaborate with Simca again. Although the two remained friends, they each turned to other, individual projects. Simca worked on her own book of recipes that was published in 1972.

Jim Beard visited Julia and Paul at La Pitchoune often. Julia enjoyed his company both in France and in the United States. Jim started to suffer from health problems. Julia and Paul made appointments with their doctors as well, heeding the advice they saw from Jim's illness. In August 1974, Paul awoke...

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