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More French than the French

Christine Jope-Slade

Christine Jope-Slade (1891-1942) was a popular British writer of novels, short stories and screenplays. More French Than the French is the risqué story of a British girl who is spending her last night in Paris. She meets a young Englishman who flirts with her. She pretends to be a confident young Frenchwoman and invites the young man back to her apartment. The story follows the mental processes of the two young people as they prepare to lose their virginity.

Christine Jope-Slade (1891-1942) was a popular British writer of novels, short stories and screenplays. More French Than the French is the risqué story of a British girl who is spending her last night in Paris. She meets a young Englishman who flirts with her. She pretends to be a confident young Frenchwoman and invites the young man back to her apartment. The story follows the mental processes of the two young people as they prepare to lose their virginity.
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Christine Jope-Slade (1891-1942) was a popular British writer of novels, short stories and screenplays. More French Than the French is the risqué story of a British girl who is spending her last night in Paris. She meets a young Englishman who flirts with her. She pretends to be a confident young Frenchwoman and invites the young man back to her apartment. The story follows the mental processes of the two young people as they prepare to lose their virginity.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Cathy Dobson

Length:

42m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

20:10


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

22:35