Joan Juliet Buck

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Actress and writer Joan Juliet Buck is the author of The Price of Illusion. From 1994-2001 she was editor-in-chief of French Vogue.

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In 2011, Vogue magazine published a profile of the first lady of Syria, Asma al-Assad, wife of Bashar al-Assad. It was headlined "A Rose in the Desert."

'The Price of Illusion'

In 2011, Vogue magazine published a profile of the first lady of Syria, Asma al-Assad, wife of Bashar al-Assad. It was headlined "A Rose in the Desert."

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