Mes chères études

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Mes chères études (My Dear Studies in English) is a 2008 autobiographical book by an anonymous author known as "Laura D.", a modern language student at a Paris university.[1] The book has drawn national attention in France with its controversial contents, in which the author claimed that she had to go into prostitution to financially support her studies.[1]

In 2010, a French film titled Mes chères études (English title: Student Services) was made based on the book. It was directed by Emmanuelle Bercot and starred Déborah François.

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  1. ^ a b Bremner, Charles (2008-01-19). "Confessions of a student who sold sex to live and learn". Times Online. Retrieved 2008-04-18. (Subscription required (help)).