When America’s David Sedaris decided to move to Paris, it was to learn the language. What ensued was a hilarious insight into the illusive capital, whose truth is sometimes eclipsed by those lights for which it is so famous.
by Celia Entwistle - Vivianne walked out of the baronial outer door and onto the steps. She adjusted her hat and checked her bag for her key. Patting her purse to assure herself she had her medication, her tissues, her list, and her euros, she proceeded cautiously down the steps