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Elaine Sciolino

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Paris correspondent at the New York Times and author of the forthcoming book, La Seduction: How the French Play the Game of Life

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In the US and Britain, the private lives of public figures have become fair games for reporters, from supermarket tabloids to the New York Times, but in France, it's different.

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In the US and Britain, the private lives of public figures have become fair games for reporters, from supermarket tabloids to the New York Times, but in France, it's different.

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