Jacqueline in Paris




Jacqueline in Paris

In bringing Jacqueline Bouvier’s transformative Paris interlude to the page, Ann Mah offers readers a lovely, immersive visit to a vanished city.

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Review of ‘Jacqueline in Paris’

Long before she was the iconic Jackie Onassis, and more than a decade before she glamorized the role of first lady, Jacqueline Bouvier was a shy student at Vassar College. She'd grown up with extraordinary privilege—she was named "Queen Debutante" in 1947—yet she was already scarred: by her parents' messy, public divorce;…

Behind the Book by Ann Mah

Walk the streets of postwar Paris with travel writer and novelist Ann Mah, whose new book reveals a transformative year in the life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.

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