for half A century (1925-1975), Janet Examined chroniqua the cultural, political, and legal French for the prestigious New Yorker. Like so many of the members of the Lost Generation fleeing prohibition at the peak of the roaring twenties (Hemingway, Gertrude Stein, etc.), she fell in love with the capital, without ever losing its extreme lucidity. She loved our country for its stews and its designers, for its freedom of manners and directness of cynical also – qualities to the one who did "Broom" and went through life with Solita, her companion, but not exclusive.
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