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The oral biography of Julia Child, whose love of French culture and cuisine brought a renewed appreciation for the culinary arts in America.


Editorial Reviews


One of those rare, rare books that pick your life up, turn it around and point it in the right direction.

--K.T. Maclay


Every woman owes it to herself to look up Particular Passions--borrow the volume from your public library. Or, better still, buy it and put it with your favorite novel or poetry collection to sustain you.

--Pioneer Press and Dispatch


Tantalizing glimpses into the lives of women who have not only made a living at their own "particular passion," but have become well known, even world renowned, for doing work they love.

--Christian Science Monitor


This is a wonderful book. The book is recommended reading for anyone -- no matter what political or sociological background -- who wants to know more about living history.

--Santa Cruz Sentinel


I have never enjoyed an oral history book more than this one.

--Sojourner

GENRE
Biographies & Memoirs
RELEASED
1981
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
11
Pages
PUBLISHER
Lynn Gilbert, Inc.
SELLER
LYNN GILBERT INC
SIZE
837
KB

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