Francine du Plessix Gray , was a French-American Pulitzer Prize–nominated writer and literary critic.Biography Early life, family background, and education She was born on September 25, 1930, in Warsaw, Poland, where her father, Vicomte Bertrand Jochaud du Plessix, was a French diplomat – the commercial attaché. She spent her early years in Paris, where a milieu of mixed cultures and a multilingual family influenced her. Her father, then a sub-lieutenant in the Free French Air Force died in 1940, shot down near Gibraltar.Source: Wikipedia
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