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The Women of Paris: Anne Sebba & Ariane Bois

Jewish Book Week 2017
Spoken Word / Sunday, 26 February 2017 - 11:00am / Hall Two
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Anne Sebba’s compelling new book, Les Parisiennes: How the Women of Paris Lived, Loved and Died in the 1940s, investigates the lives of women in this most feminine of cities during years of fear, courage, deprivation, secrets and, finally, renewal and retribution. Her fascinating cast includes Americans, Nazis, writers, painters, journalists, couturiers, spies, collaborators, mothers and mistresses.

In enthralling detail Sebba explores the aftershock of WW2. How did women who survived to see the Liberation of Paris come to terms with their actions and those of others? Although politics lies at its heart, Les Parisiennes is the first in-depth account of the everyday lives of women and young girls in this most feminine of cities.

Ariane Bois is one of France’s leading journalists. She talks about France and her latest novel, the award-winning The Keeper of our Brothers, a story of two brave young heroes who fight to save Jewish children in WW2 Paris.

In conversation with Jonathan Fenby, author of The History of Modern France.


Anne Sebba
 is a biographer, lecturer, radio presenter and former Reuters’ foreign correspondent. She has written eight acclaimed books including That Woman and Jennie Churchill and is Chair of the Society of Authors.

Ariane Bois is a award-winning French journalist, literary critic and author of four novels. She has been nominated for four prestigious French literary prizes and her most recent book is Le Gardien de Nos Frères.

Jonathan Fenby has covered China for 20 years, focusing on policy, the politics of the regime, and their impact on the economy. Former editor of the South China Morning Post, he has written eight books on China, including his newly updated History of Modern China and visits the country several times each year. He is also an authority on France and author of The History of Modern France: From the Revolution to the War with Terror.

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Photos from top: Anne Sebba, Ariane Bois, Jonathan Fenby

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