Peripatetic: A Memoir: A French-American Citizen's Perspective on His Jewish Heritage and War, Love and Politics

Peripatetic: A Memoir: A French-American Citizen's Perspective on His Jewish Heritage and War, Love and Politics

by Daniel H. Dorian

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692481677
Publisher: Daniel Dorian
Publication date: 09/21/2015
Pages: 272
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Born in France in 1937. Emigrates to the US at age twenty five. Actor, teacher, DJ, journalist,French foreign correspondant in the US, publicist, director of sygma USA-a leading photo news agency-and owner/producer/director of a new York-based film production company.

Table of Contents

Prologue
The Old Continent
One - True Origins
(The Cat's out of the Bag)
Two - The War Years
Three - The Hideaway
Four - The Bumpy Road
Five -The French, the Brits and the English Language
Six - Hectic Times
Seven - The Last Carefree Years
Eight - The Calling
Nine - The Army
Ten - Was It Luck?
Eleven - Algeria, an Adventure
Twelve - Theater and War
Thirteen - The Loss
Fourteen - From Stage to Chronicle
Fifteen - Last Days on Old Soil
Sixteen - The Break that Broke Me
Seventeen - The End of a Chapter
The Crossing
Eighteen - Suspended between Today and Tomorrow
The New Continent
Nineteen - Days of Discovery
Twenty - Swan Song
Twenty-one - Intermezzo
Twenty-two - First Take on American Women
Twenty-three - Back to Journalism
Twenty-four - Harlem on my Mind
Twenty-five - Jo-Ann
Twenty-six - Showbiz
Twenty-seven - Professional Fulfillment
Twenty-eight - Foreign Correspondent
Twenty-nine - The Last Stretch
Thirty - I Am an American!
Epilogue

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