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Who takes the train?

Michael Wood, 8 February 1990

Letters 
by François Truffaut, edited by Gilles Jocob, Claude de Givray and Gilbert Adair.
Faber, 589 pp., £17.50, November 1989, 0 571 14121 8
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... I hoped for rather more of this sort of stuff in the Letters. It is absurd to say, as Gilles Jacob, the editor of this volume, does, that Truffaut ‘was undoubtedly one of the last of the great letter writers’. But the Letters do offer an interesting picture of a life in films, and they do allow us to ask some useful questions about ...

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