See a great city through the eyes of writers.
Paris ... the very name is full of magic! Everybody loves Paris, with its beautiful buildings, its rich history, its food, art and culture. France has a superb literary heritage too, and it is fascinating to explore Paris through its great writers - those who were born or spent their lives there, and also those writers who visited from other countries.
This article on literary Paris will guide you to the homes of writers open to the public, to the museums with fascinating literary exhibits, to the cafes where writers loved to dine or sip absinthe, to the cemeteries where they rest. Follow in the footsteps of Flaubert, Proust, Victor Hugo, Jean-Paul Sartre, Balzac, and many more. Enjoy anecdotes about great writers, learn about their habits, discover where to find portraits and sculptures of them, see the Paris they saw and loved.
"The chief danger about Paris is that it is such a strong stimulant." (T.S. Eliot)
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