Literary Paris
  • 25
  • Sep
  • 2009

While browsing on the net, I found a book that might be interesting for people who like literature and Paris and who want to visit places out of the touristic feeling.

Literaly Paris is written by Jessica Powell and gives places to make a literary pilgrimage through Paris by following in the footsteps of thirty writers who made the city their home.

Starting with Moliere in the seventeenth century and ending with James Baldwin in the twentieth. It profiles thirty writers and describes more than one hundred sites associated with them—from cafes, salons, homes, and haunts, to locations in the city they so beautifully described in their writing.




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