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Diane JohnsonFollowing Sarkozy around must have taken stamina but been some fun, too. They're in Martinique, they're in New York, in the Vaucluse, in Marseille, in Mexico. She lunches with Tony Blair; they see Shimon Peres and Angela Merkel. It's a pointillist notebook with little attention to strict chronology or the journalist's Why, Where, When and Who—just cryptic, amusing notations, quotations and flashes of what strikes her.
—The New York Times