Thursday, February 3, 2011

Black Paris Profiles™: Joseph Langley

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Joe Langley’s story is the most remarkable of all the expatriates that I know – African-American or otherwise! His love affair with the French language began when he found his brother’s copy of Saint Exupéry’s Le Petit Prince at home. He liked the “look” of the French words and loved the illustrations. These inspired him to pursue art and the French language as life-long passions. He went on to spend a year in the Dordogne region as an exchange student at the age of fifteen, and a year in Montpellier in the junior-year-abroad program at Davidson College.


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