My Life in France - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue Summary and Analysis

Over the next few years, a number of changes happened. Jean and Simca moved to the farm full time, where Simca gave cooking classes and wrote two cookbooks. In 1985, Jim Beard died. Jean died the following year. Charlie and Freddie both died of heart attacks. Simca continued to live on the farm until she died in June of 1991.

Paul never really recovered from his heart troubles, and in 1989 he suffered a series of strokes. As Paul was no longer able to travel, Julia made the decision to close up La Pitchoune. Although she loved France and her little home, Julia didn't feel sentimental about the decision.

Dort's daughter, husband, and son traveled with Julia in June of 1992 to close the house. They spent some time enjoying the area, and Julia called Paul in his nursing home each day. Julia slowly packed...

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