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									                                                                                                              FALL / WINTER 2011

       Chicago’s French cultural and learning center dedicated to the study of French language,

          cultural exchange and friendship between American and French speaking people.

 Cinema, philosophy,
 hip hop, theater,…

                            and much much more…
      French Classes
      8-week session: November 28 – February 4
      First 4-week session: November 28 – January 7
      Second 4-week session: January 9 – February 4

  810 North Dearborn Street · Chicago, IL 60610 / USA · tel: (312) 337-1070 · fax: (312) 337-3019 ·
                       The Alliance Française de Chicago is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) institution
Rétrospective “Femmes fatales et ingénues”
Admission: $7 or 10 movies for $50 · French wine served before screening · In French with English subtitles
Please enter by 54 W. Chicago Avenue · This program is made possible thanks to the generous
sponsorship of TV5 Monde and the support of the Cultural
Service at the Consulate General of France in Chicago.

Simone Signoret
Les diabloliques,
by Henri-Georges Clouzot (1955)
Wednesday November 16, 6:30 p.m.
With Sara Paretsky, author of best-selling crime
series V.I. Warshawski
In a masterpiece of the film noir genre as
surprising now as it was more than 50 years ago,
Simone Signoret plays the femme fatale to Vera
Clouzot’s ingénue. One of the top 25 horror
movies from Time magazine list. “Satisfying,
elegant and nasty” –– The Guardian.

Mélanie Laurent / Miou Miou
Le concert, by Radu Mihaileanu (2009)
Wednesday December 14, 6:30 p.m.
With Deborah Sobol, Director, Rush Hour Concert
& Make Music Chicago Chair
Impersonating a world famous orchestra isn’t
easy unless you have the brass to pull it off…
An uplifiting comedy about a band of misfists
rallying around a radiant Mélanie Laurent,
the up and coming French star also seen in
Tarrantino’s Inglourious Basterds. A high point of
this summer’s feel good movie is surely a superb
Tchaikovsky concerto ––

Juliette Binoche
Caché, by Michael Haneke (2005)
Wednesday, January 18 at 6:30 p.m.
“Le Slamdown” with Ron Falzone, from Columbia
College and 2 special guests…
Set in Paris sometime around yesterday, Caché
stars Juliette Binoche and Daniel Auteuil as
professional intellectuals who come undone
after they begin receiving anonymous
packages containing drawings and surveillance
videotapes…. A film about the intersection of
the personal and the political, and that moment
when the past crashes headlong into the
present… –– Manohla Dargis, NY Times

Audrey Tautou
Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain,
by Jean-Pierre Jeunet (2001)
Wednesday, February 22 at 6:30 p.m.
With Jean-François Rochard, Deputy Cultural
Attaché, Consulate General of France in Chicago
One of the biggest hits ever in France and best-
loved French movie in America, Amélie is “a fable
filled with longing, with a heroine who constantly
flirts with failure… Tautou has the innocent
vitality of a silent-film star”–– NY Times
Ciné-Club du samedi,                            En Famille, a Series with Randy Williams
This Saturday Family Life series features outstanding films giving us a chance to look at families
operating in French speaking cultures. Randy Williams, past President of the Alliance Française de
Chicago, long-time Board Member, film aficionado, and Chevalier in the Order of Arts and Letters
and the National Order of Merit is the presenter and he leads the post-film discussion.
Admission $7 with a glass of French Wine served after the screening. In French with English
subtitles. Please enter by 54 W. Chicago Avenue.
                                                                Un air de famille / Family
                                                                Resemblances · Cédric
                                                                Klapisch (1996,110 min.)
                                                                Saturday, November 12, 1:30 p.m.
                                                                Each week the Menard family gathers
                                                                in the café Henri took over from his
                                                                deceased father, but on this evening
                                                                family memories, good and bad, are
                                                                reopened when it is revealed that
                                                                Henri’s wife has left him. Based on a
                                                                hit play, this fourth film from Cédric
                                                                Klapisch was nominated for four
                                                                Césars in 1997, including Best Picture
                                                                and Best Director.

Je vais bien, ne t’en fais pas
Don’t Worry, I’m Fine • Philippe Lioret
(2006, 100 min.)
Saturday, February 11, 2012, 1:30 p.m.
Lili returns from an extended holiday in Spain to discover
her 19-year-old twin brother has left home over a
fight with their father. Hospitalized for anorexia over
worry for his welfare, and sensing he might be dead, a
postcard from her missing twin finally arrives assuring
her that he is well, but will never return. Philippe Lioret’s
delicate direction of the film adapted from a novel by
Olivier Adam subtly reveals some unexpected family
dysfunction. Nominated for five Césars, including best
film and best director, awards went to Mélanie Laurent
(Lili) for Most Promising Actress and Kad Merad (father)
for Best Supporting Actor.

Les lutins du court
A Selection of Award-Winning French Short Films.
The Leprechauns are back! An exclusive program
at the Alliance Française de Chicago
Thursday, February 16 at 6:30 p.m.
In French with English subtitles
Members $10/Non-members $15
Coffee & Cocktails served at the Entr’acte
The cream of the crop of French short films is out and
about! — Libération
Come and discover the next stars of French cinema
through the bold vision of a new wave of up and
coming directors.
This program is possible thanks to the support of the
Délégation Générale des Alliances Françaises USA.

                 (312) 337-1070
The Educational Outreach Program:
The Adventures of an Award Towards Excellence Student at the Alliance
Nutella and Vache qui Rit on a crêpe?
The crêpes were flying, the students were laughing
and everyone was putting everything and anything
on them. Qu’est-ce qu’il faut pour faire des crêpes ?
Good eye-hand coordination and a sense of humor
help a lot. Laughing Cow cheese with strawberry
jam, anyone? Nutella topped with apricot
jam — why not? Mayhem and laughter were
everywhere at this year’s Alliance Mardi Gras party
where first prize for creative effort went to the
student who managed to flip a crêpe into the air
and onto the burner… zut, alors !

Tu t’appelles comment ?
The solemn jury and the questions that are
asked in a way that doesn’t quite                            Summer Camp with an International
match the way you learned                   “I               Twist at Lac du Bois
                                       would give
in class…these are the             anything to relive           For the Award Towards Excellence students
trials and tribulations          the moment I looked
                              off of the Eiffel Tower, out         selected to spend two weeks at the Concordia
of an Alliance Award
                              onto Paris at night. There            Language Village, a total immersion experience
Towards Excellence
                             were so many lights; it made            could be daunting... that’s right, you can only
student on evaluation       me feel like I was looking at an
day. Evaluations are        entire field of stars. I promised speak French! Bemidji, Minnesota is not quite
an important step in        myself that I would come back Paris, but there is a little secret….the Lac du
                               with someone I love and              Bois experience is every bit as good as the
getting selected for          give that person the same            trip to France, and arguably a better language
the trip to France — first,    unforgettable experience
                                  that I was given...”           learning experience. The students who go to
you have to figure out
                                    –Jonathan 2011            Concordia don’t come back just fluent in French,
which role-play topic to
                                                             they’ve learned a lot about the world and about
choose — Going to the post office
to send a package from Paris to the USA — How
do you say “overnight” again? Shopping at Bon                “I am surprised how much Lac du Bois has helped
Marché — what is that word for shoe size, and                me grow as a person. I went there scared of
should I use chaussures, or souliers…?                                  speaking French and preoccupied with
                                                               “While          my own culture and returned with
I love Paris in the summer,                                 I was inside          my eyes open to all the different
when it sizzles…                                       Notre-Dame, I could          francophone cultures in the
                                                         not help thinking
“My friends and I went to watch the World              about Victor Hugo’s           world and able to speak
Cup game of USA vs. Ghana right in front              novel, The Hunchback            French without stumbling
                                                     of Notre Dame. I finally         over every word I say. This
of the Eiffel Tower at the FIFA Fan Fest.             understood why Hugo
Before the game, we bought a soccer ball              felt that the cathedral         has truly been a life changing
and decided to play on the field where a lot           was a “symphony set            experience.”— Allison 2011
                                                         in stone.” –Alicia
of other people were playing. After a while,                      2011
a Chinese man asked us if he could join in and
                                                                                 For more information
we said yes. Minutes later, some French teenagers
                                                                              about the Alliance or to
also asked if they could play with us. Afterwards,
                                                             donate to the Educational Outreach
we talked and discovered quite a lot about each
                                                             Program, please go to
                                                             and click the Educational Outreach tab. Donations
other’s cultures. It was simply amazing.”
                                                             will help us bring these life changing experiences
 – Luis 2011
                                                             to more very deserving students.
    Why learn French?
    (as if you even have to ask…)
    Come join the 220 million speakers of French from around the globe!
    • French is spoken all over the world — start in Quebec, go across Europe into parts of the Middle
    East, continue through North Africa, wind back through the Caribbean, and don’t forget to end up in
    New Orleans!

    • French remains one of the two most taught foreign languages in the US today.

    • It’s the official or working language in 32 countries.

    • French is the third most commonly-used language on the Web, and the only language other than
    English that is taught in nearly every country on the map.

    • French is fun — it’s the language of romance, food and wine, and l’art de vivre.

    We hope to see you nombreux at the Alliance this Fall for classes, talks, cinema, cooking
    and everything that represents la Francophonie in all its forms!
    Bien cordialement,

    Jack McCord
    Executive Director

    Four Ways to Save Money…
    Take advantage of these discounts
    on French Language Classes and get
    started right away — Profitez-en !
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    For all Early Birds · Pour les lève-tôt :                     Members of the Alliance:
    Register before 5 p.m. on Wednesday,                          Enjoy a reduced member rate on ALL classes,
    November 23 and receive a $15 discount on                     just for starters — and depending on how many
    EACH language class you take!                                 classes you take and if you register early,
    For the second half-session, register before                  the discounts cited above apply, too!
    3:50 p.m. on Saturday, January 7.

                                                                  Pay for your membership by taking

    Plus, frequency discounts:                                    just 2-3 courses!
    Take more than 2 courses per year*                            • Enjoy borrowing privileges in our
    and your 3rd course is 5% off, your 4th course                  Médiathèque/Library
    is 10% off and your 5th, 6th… are 20% off.                    • Join our Conversations Cafés and groups for
    If you are under 30 or over 65, enjoy these discounts*:         members
    For your 2nd course: take 5% off                              • Receive free or reduced admission to
    For your 3rd course: take 10% off                               programs and events
    For your 4th course: take 15% off
    For your 5th, 6th… course: take 20% off

    *For courses taken during the same Alliance school year, September 1 to August 31; Courses need not
    be taken in the same session; Discount applied to lowest price course, if taken concurrently.
    Please note that these offers do not apply to Materials Fees, Private Lessons, Workshops, Gastronomy,
    Pilates, Yoga or Chez Kids Academy.
                                                    OUR SPONSORS

                                                                                           The Rhoades
“When the World Spoke French”
with Marc Fumaroli de l’Académie française
John Shedd Reed Lecture on Contemporary France (in English)
Wednesday, November 2 at 6:30 p.m. · 54 W. Chicago Avenue · Free Admission

Join us for a special evening with Marc Fumaroli, member de l’Académie française and author of
When the World Spoke French, published last spring to great acclaims from both the New York Times
and the Wall Street Journal.
Fumaroli’s Enlightenment is, first and foremost, a wild and woolly human drama, its players every bit as
multifaceted (and flawed) as those making headlines today… — Caroline Weber, The New York Times
Marc Fumaroli was the 2001 recipient of the prestigious Balzan Prize, the “Nobel” of the humanities.
A member of l’Académie française, the British Academy, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences,
and the Société d’histoire littéraire de la France, he was also a member of the University of Chicago’s
Committee on Social Thought.

The Philosopher and the Archive:
Jacques Derrida’s Seminars
Thursday, November 3 · 54 W. Chicago Avenue · Free Admission
4:30 to 6:00 p.m. “D’ailleurs Derrida” screening, in French with English subtitles
6:00 to 7:30 p.m. Round Table
7:30 p.m. Vin d’honneur and
book sale
The American specialists and
translators of French philosopher
Jacques Derrida converge on the
Alliance Française to remember the
legacy of a philosopher whose work
revolutionized the understanding
of words, texts, reading and
authorship — and to celebrate the
publication of the second volume
of Derrida’s seminars, The Beast and
the Sovereign.
Organized by Alliance Française
de Chicago,the Cultural Service at
the Consulate General of France
in Chicago, De Paul University, and
the France-Chicago Center at the
University of Chicago.
Hip Hop Concert with Webster
(In French & English)
Friday, November 18 at 7:00 p.m. · 54 W. Chicago Avenue
Children $5/Members $10/Non-members $15
                                             Born in Quebec to a Senegalese father and a
                                             Québécoise mother, Webster explores multiculturalism
                                             and promotes anti-racism through his music. Webster is
                                             hip, proud and loud and he gives a bumpin’ show!
                                             This program is possible thanks to the support of the
                                             Délégation Générale des Alliances Françaises USA and
                                             the Cultural Service at the Consulate General of France
                                             in Chicago.

Théâtre : Le bel indifférent / Sound of Silence (In French)
Written by Jean Cocteau for Edith Piaf · Noemi Schlosser in a one-woman show
Wednesday, November 30 at 7:00 p.m. · Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont, (773) 975-8150
Admission $15 · One night only in French!
The Wit Theater welcomes Noemi Schlosser from the Salomee Speelt company in Belgium in a new
production of Le Bel Indifférent. With music, songs and a hi-tech staging, the production also runs in
English as Sound of Silence at the Theater Wit from November 16th.
Please register at and use PARIS code for discount on English-language performance.

Fête de fin d’année
Mignardises, Mistletoe and Merriment!
Thursday, December 8 at 6:30 p.m. · 54 W. Chicago Avenue · Members $10/Non-members $15
Music program in our auditorium followed by vin chaud, festive fare and sweet treats in our salon…
Please check our website for more details.

And please stay tuned for our…
Festival de la Francophonie 2012
Our month-long carnival of French-speaking culture kicks off with our famous Soirée Commune,
when food and music from every corner of La francophonie are celebrated! Here’s an avant-goût
of what to look for: Jacques Brel remembered in photos and music; Moroccan director Daoud
Aoulad-Syad introducing his Muslim comedy, La Mosquée; Zydeco music, theater from Quebec…
and much more!
Being a Chef / Hands-on French Cooking Lessons
Madelaine Bullwinkel (see page 14)
$70 members, $80 non-members +
$15 material fees
Madelaine has been teaching French cooking techniques at Chez Madelaine Cooking School for over
30 years, in Hinsdale, Illinois ( She also organizes trips to France to help participants
unveil the mysteries of French cuisine.
Saturday, Nov. 12 /10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Fall Apple Baking
Saturday Dec. 3 / 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Menu from Southwestern France
Saturday Dec. 17 / 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Food and Wine Pairing Menu
Saturday Jan. 7 / 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Galette des rois
Saturday, Jan. 21/10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Winter ragoûts

Passion chocolat
Jérôme Landrieu
Wednedsay, November 30 / 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$50 member / $60 non member
+ $10 material fees
Exquisite Chocolate Dessert with Top 10 Pastry
Chef in the USA Jérôme Landrieu.
Taste the passion… Learn from a professional
world renowned chef how to create an
outstanding chocolate creation from scratch,
using delicious origin chocolate and exotic
flavors that will bring you back to summer.
During this cooking demo, Chef Landrieu will
share his tips to make unforgettable chocolate
creations which you’ll be able to taste with a
glass of champagne… and replicate at home.
Jérôme Landrieu is the Director of the Barry
Callebaut Chicago Academy in Chicago. Before
coming to the United States, Chef Landrieu
worked at multiple highly esteemed sweet
shops and restaurants in France, managing large
kitchen teams putting out decadent desserts.
He, among others, won first prize for tasting
selection at Salon du Chocolat and most recently,
he was selected as Dessert Professional’s 2011
Top 10 Best Pastry Chefs in America.

Verrines au gingembre /
French Pastry Workshop
Mark Seaman
Thursday, November 17 /6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
$50 member / $60 non-member
Master Sugar Artist Mark Seaman from the French
Pastry School in Chicago demonstrate how to
prepare crème fraîche and pain d’épices and how
to present theses desserts in a verrine. Served with
Normandy’s famous apple brandy — Calvados!

                 (312) 337-1070

                                                                                                       FALL / WINTER 2011
La bûche de Noël / Christmas log
Family Cooking Classes · Ages 7 – 10
Saturday, December 10 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
$35 for one parent & one child · $50 Family Pass (maximum 4)
In all French speaking countries, Christmas meal usually ends with a Bûche de Noël, a delicious
creamy cake in the shape of a wood log… Expose your child to French culture and language
thanks to traditional French recipes, easy and fun to make! Places are limited, please pre-register.

The Adventures of
Tintin! Ciné-Kids · Ages 6 +
Saturday, December 17
from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
In French with English subtitles
Free Admission · A goûter will be served
before the screening
Le Secret de la Licorne followed by Le Trésor
de Rackham Le Rouge: Tintin, Haddock and the
Dupont are searching for the Treasure of one of
the Captain’s ancestors: Rackham Le Rouge…

Une affreuse rage de dents / An Horrible
Toothache · Jean-Michel Billioud
Storytelling · Ages 4 – 8
Saturday, January 14 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
In French with English subtitles · Free Admission
How can one get relief from a dreadful toothache when one is crocodile? Is there any
sorcerer courageous enough to trust such an animal?
This contemporary French tales will be staged with puppets and drawings. Side activities
will facilitate comprehension and make them active. All levels are welcome.

Résolument animés
Festival of French
Saturday, January 21 at 1:30 p.m.
In French with English subtitles
                                                                                                       cultural events

One adult and one child $7
Family pass $10
Samourai, desert islands, vampires, a rain dance
and a toothless ogre… These are some of the
treasures that can be found in a special selection
of short animated movies made by the masters,
such as René Laloux, Paul Grimault, Michel
Ocelot. As seen at the Festival international du
Film d’Animation d’Annecy and guaranteed to
enchant les petits et les grands ! A goûter will
be served before the screening.
An exclusive program made possible thanks to
the support of the Délégation Générale des
Alliances Françaises USA.

Ciné-Teens “Les Lutins”
Thursday, February 9 from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. · In French with English subtitles
Free Admission · A goûter will be served before the screening
A unique opportunity to discover the latest trend in French movie making through a special
selection of short films for young people… Come and meet other Chicago teens and film buffs!
This program is possible thanks to the support of the Délégation Générale des
Alliances Françaises USA.
     MÉDIATHÈQUE OPERATING SCHEDULE                              Paris), a resilient survivor of the Nazi occupation who goes on
     Monday – Thursday, 11:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.                   to become a modern celebrity. Two copies are available: one
     (Please note that the Médiathèque will close for            in French with optional French subtitles, one in French with
     lunch Mon. – Thu. from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.)              optional English subtitles. (DVD, 2011, 122 min.)
     Friday, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
     Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.                            The Complete Jean Vigo
     Sunday: closed.                                             Directed	by	Jean	Vigo
     Library Holiday Hours:
     Thanksgiving: Closed Nov. 24 through Nov. 27
     Class Break: Dec. 19, open 9 to 5
     Winter Break: Closed December 20 through January 2
     Phone: (312) 337-5473 · Email:
     View account: select “online catalog” from website
     and follow prompts. There is no charge for checkouts.
     Members only may check out books.
     DVDs and all items are renewable! Call or email.
     We carry over 1,000 DVD titles.
     Ongoing Used Book Sale: $2 to $3
                                                                 The Criterion Collection DVDs contain four films: A propos de
          PROGRAM AUDIO RECORDINGS                               Nice (1930), Taris (1931), Zéro de conduite (1933), L’Atalante
     Now you can listen to past Alliance Française               (1934); together they represent the complete body of work
     programs and share them with friends!                       of the man who, despite his untimely death from tuberculosis
     Simply visit our homepage. Follow the links to recordings   in 1934 at the age of 29, indelibly influenced many directors
     on cultural partner’s WBEZ Chicago Amplified project        including Truffaut, Bertolucci, Godard, Kusturica, Gondry, Rohmer,
     website at:                      and others. Known for helping to establish “poetic realism” in
     Look for a selection of fall 2011 programs, including:      the 1930s, his contributions continue to be widely admired by
     • Richard YUNG, Sénateur des Français établis hors          critics today for the storytelling, settings and cinematography.
     de France: La nouvelle gouvernance économique               All four films are hi-def restorations and include audio
     européenne. (In French) (9.15.2011)                         commentaries along with other extras. They are in French with
                                                                 optional English subtitles; (DVD, 163 min. total)
     • Berengère CAGNAT with Courrier International (In
     English): Perspectives on the American and French
     presidential elections in 2012. (9.28.2011)
                                                                 Des hommes et des dieux /
                                                                 Of Gods and Men
         CAFÉ CONVERSATION DU MARDI                              Directed	by	Xavier	Beauvois
     (intermediate to advanced level)                            This film was winner of the 2010 Grand Prize at the Cannes
     We always welcome new members to this lively                Film Festival and was nominated for three César awards. Set
     conversation group. Topics vary. Meets Tuesdays, 4:00       in 1996 during the Algerian Civil War, it is inspired by the true
     to 5:00 p.m. in the library. Nov. 22, 29 · Dec. 6, 13, 20   story of Christian monks who minister to impoverished Muslims
     · Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 · Feb. 2, 7, 14, 21, 28            and provide the area’s only medical care. They face the difficult
                                                                 decision of whether to continue their ministry when their own
      CAFÉ CONVERSATION DU MERCREDI                              lives are at risk from radical-Islamist insurgents who begin
     (beginner to intermediate level)                            killing foreigners. The film is beautifully cast with, among others,
     Meet in the médiathèque from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.         Lambert Wilson and Michael Lonsdale. It is in French with
     to practice French. Nov. 2, 16, 30 · Dec. 7 · Jan. 4, 18    English subtitles. (DVD, 2010, 118 min.)

                   CAFÉ LITTÉRATURE                              You may also enjoy these CDs:
     (advanced level)                                            Comic Strip, Couleur café and De Gainsbourg à Gainsbarre
     Nov. 28: Le diable au corps by Raymond Radiguet             by Serge Gainsbourg; Versions Jane by Jane Birkin; 5:55 by
     Jan. 30: Le salon du Wurtemberg by Pascal Quignard          Charlotte Gainsbourg; Extraordinary Rendition by Rupa & the
                                                                 April Fishes; Allo le Monde by Pauline
     Feb. 27: Où j’ai laissé mon âme by Jérôme Ferrari

                      OFF THE SHELF                                                NEW: WINE SECTION
                                                                 Two generous donors have furnished an entire section devoted
     Recommended library items in French and English,
                                                                 to (especially French) wine! Some selections follow:
     selected to appeal to differing tastes, ages, and levels
     of French-language proficiency.                             Wines	and	Vineyards	of	France by Larousse
                                                                 The Wines and Travels of Thomas Jefferson by Gabler
     Gainsbourg: la vie héroïque /                               Burgundy:	A	Comprehensive	Guide	to	the	Producers,	
     Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life                                   Appellations,	and	Wines by Parker
     Directed	by	Joann	Sfar                                      Château	Latour by Dovaz
     Joann Sfar, best-known for his bandes dessinées             The	Wine	Bible by MacNeil
     comic books, makes his feature debut with this biopic       Bordeaux:	A	Consumer’s	Guide	to	the	finest	Wines by Parker
     about singer, song-writer, and frequently provocative       Champagne by Simon
     pop culture figure Serge Gainsbourg, a performer            Romanée-Conti by Simon
     who loomed large on the scene during the post-war           Vintage	Port:	The	Ultimate	Guide by Suckling
     years until his death in 1991. Featuring Eric Elmsnino      Windows	on	the	World:	Complete	Wine	Course by Coates
     as the lead, the somewhat uneven film follows
                                                                 Vintage	Wine by Broadbent
     Gainsbourg’s life and his loves — many of whom
     are themselves icons: Brigitte Bardot, France Gall          Sauternes:	A	Study	of	the	Great	Sweet	Wines	of	
                                                                 Bordeaux by Benson
     and Jane Birkin — and includes some famous duets.
     Fans and the curious will find an interesting retelling     Reflections	of	a	Wine	Merchant by Rosenthal
     of the story of the man (born Lucien Ginsburg in            California	Wine by Laube
                                                                 The	World’s	Greatest	Wine	Estates by Parker

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