Jacqueline in Paris (Compact Disc)

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Ann Mah’s “Jacqueline in Paris” transports the reader to France in 1949, where Jacqueline Bouvier, an ambitious junior at Vassar College, is granted a year-long opportunity to study abroad. Immersed in the French language and history, Jacqueline experiences art, politics, and the romance of post-war Paris while also developing a heightened awareness of the realities of the aftermath of the Occupation. I was swept away by this novel detailing the year Jackie Kennedy later described as “the high point in my life, my happiest and most carefree year.” Ann Mah has a gift for transporting the reader to another time and place, as she also did expertly in “The Lost Vintage.” I loved stepping into Paris in the mid-20th century, and experiencing it through the eyes of Jackie O. 
—Allison Hendrix, Snail Readers Circle

Product Details
ISBN: 9798212035903
Publisher: HarperCollins
Publication Date: September 27th, 2022
Language: English