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In 'France Is a Feast,' Paul Child steps out from Julia's shadow

Now it is Paul Child’s turn. The man best known today for his marriage to Julia Child (and his portrayal by Stanley Tucci in the 2009 hit move “Julie & Julia”), brought his bride to Paris in 1948 when he took a job as cultural attache for the U.S. Information Service. It was he who knew France,...
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