In the Shadows of Paris: The Nazi Concentration Camp That Dimmed the City of Light

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5.2 X 7.17 X 0.71 inches | 0.52 pounds

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About the Author

Anne Sinclair was born in New York City and then moved to France with her family as a young girl, where she rose to fame in part due to her family's prominence in the world of art collecting, but also due to her beauty and social grace which led her to serve as the model on which statues of Marianne, the national emblem of France, were sculpted. From 1984 to 1997 she was host of France's enormously popular Sunday night news-talk show "7 sur 7", during which time she interviewed many world figures including Bill Clinton, Mikhail Gorbachev, Shimon Peres, Hillary Clinton, and Prince Charles, as well as celebrities. More recently, she founded the Huffington Post in France. She is the author of numerous bestsellers on politics in France and is sought-after for commentary on international current events, Jewish culture, and fine art.

Sandra Smith was born and raised in New York City. Suite française by was the first book she translated. It won her the French American Foundation and Florence Gould Foundation Translation Prize and the PEN/Book-of-the-Month-Club Translation Prize. She has subsequently translated several other novels by Irène Némirovsky as well as a new translation of Camus's The Outsider. Sandra is a fellow of Robinson College, Cambridge, where she continues to teach French literature, translation, and language.