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"Now, dearie, I will require": Russ Morash, interview with author, December 11, 2008.

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"the shows were as dry as toast": Miffy Goodhart, interview with author, September 24, 2009.

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"Miffy, you’ve got a hot one here": Russ Morash interview.

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"But I was trying to lighten . . . ": Goodhart interview.

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"It’ll be fun, dearie": Ibid.

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"I was sort of a comic": Curtis Hartman and Steven Raichlen, "JC: The Boston Magazine Interview," Boston, April 1981, p. 79.

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"was almost too much fun": Mary Janney in Fitch, Appetite for Life, p. 47.

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"an unconscious wicked devilish": Julia Child (hereafter JC), diary entry.

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"She is unusually strong physically": Paul Child (hereafter PC), letter to CC, in Fitch, Appetite for Life, p. 140.

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"I could literally feel myself knitting": JC, letter to Avis DeVoto, undated, 1956.

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Jacques Pépin described her: Jacques Pépin, interview with author, January 6, 2009.

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"dilettante": JC, Smith College memoir, p. 19.

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"social butterfly": Fitch, Appetite for Life, p. 74.

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"taking [it] out of cuckooland": Henry, "The Wonder Child," Vogue, June 1969, p. 172.

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several dry runs: Pat Pratt, interview with author, December 2, 2008.

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"I take it you’ve never worked": Confidential source, interview with author.

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"Homemakers read The Feminine Mystique": Shapiro, Something from the Oven, pp. 230–31.

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"With the Kennedys": Sharon Hudgins, "What’s Cooking with Julia Child," Stars and Stripes, September 27, 1984, p. 104.

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"As a girl I had zero": JC, My Life in France (hereafter My Life), pp. 3–4.

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"Out came whatever was": Pépin interview.

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"a very modest family": Morash interview.

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"with this ebullient spirit": Ibid.

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