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Paris to the Moon Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Winter Circus—Paris to the Moon and Private Domain Summary

Adam Gopnik
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The Winter Circus—Paris to the Moon and Private Domain Summary and Analysis

Adam Gopnik's nonfiction book, Paris to the Moon, is an elaboration of articles he wrote for The New Yorker while working as that magazine's Paris-based correspondent, from 1995 to 2000. With his wife, Martha, and their infant son, Luke, Gopnik moved from New York City to Paris and wrote about the family's adaptation to a new country. Gopnik wrote with insight and humor about often small or quirky details of French life, from the perspective the bemused American. The first section, The Winter Circus, began with a chapter that had the same title as the book, Paris to the Moon, which came from a 19th century engraving Martha and Adam bought in Paris that depicted a train rising on a track from Paris to the moon. Gopnik...

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