Author: Barbara N. Sargent-Baur
Publisher: Editions Rodopi B.V.
Keywords: paris, bnf, faux, titre, edited, songs, remi, jehan, blonde, poems, philippe
Number of Pages: 594
Published: 2001-01
List price: $204.00
ISBN-10: 9042015047
ISBN-13: 9789042015043

Jehan et Blonde is the second somewhat better-known of Philippe de Remi’s two verse romances. It is presented here in a scholarly edition accompanied by a facing translation into English and an ample commentary.In addition, this volume contains the rest of Philippe’s works as preserved in the unique manuscript, Paris BNF fr. 1588: eight substantial verse compositions offering much variety in length, tone, and content. Two other bodies of work are also included: eleven songs in BNF fr. 24006 (of which ten are surely by him) and the series of ’Resveries’ in BNF fr. 837 no

Authors:Jay Paris, Carmi Zona-Paris,
Publisher: GPP Travel
Keywords: series, world, resorts, inclusive
Number of Pages: 240
Published: 2006-01-01
List price: $17.95
ISBN-10: 076273860X
ISBN-13: 9780762738601

Author: Jill Butler
Publisher: Workman Publishing
Keywords: paris, cat, american, artistic, paintbrush, adventures
Number of Pages: 96
Published: 1994-01-03
List price: $9.95
ISBN-10: 1563055244
ISBN-13: 9781563055249

Whimsical watercolors highlight the delightful tale of Paintbrush, an expatriate cat living in Paris, who lives the life of a bohemian artist with his friend Mon Ami, a wooden cat on wheels.

Author: David Downie
Publisher: Transatlantic Press
Keywords: paris, light, journey, city
Number of Pages: 256
Published: 2005-09-01
List price: $18.95
ISBN-10: 0976925109
ISBN-13: 9780976925101

A collection of 30 witty, irreverent, perennial essays about Paris by the acclaimed author and journalist David Downie, a longtime Paris resident.

Author: Emile Zola
Keywords: paris, ventre, thin, belly
Number of Pages: 200
Published: 2009-01-01
List price: $9.99
ISBN-10: 1420933671
ISBN-13: 9781420933673

The third novel in Zola’s twenty-volume series entitled "Les Rougon-Macquart," this story revolves around and within the 21-acre market Les Halles Centrales of Paris. The starving scholar Florent has escaped his unwarranted exile on Devil’s Island, and he is alternately entranced and disgusted by his refuge in ’the belly of Paris.’ Zola describes the market and Florent’s experiences in the midst of it with his characteristically captivating comprehension, foreshadowing the total mastery of working-class speech in his later works. Florent makes a friend of Claude L

Author: Noel R. Fitch
Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin
Keywords: paris, traveler, literary, guide, walks, hemingway
Number of Pages: 208
Published: 1992-03-15
List price: $14.95
ISBN-10: 0312071132
ISBN-13: 9780312071134

Walks in Hemingway’s Paris is the perfect companion to the most romantic and fascinating of cities for those who want to experience Paris beyond the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame. Covering all the area of Paris that Hemingway and his fellow expatriates once roamed from Left Bank to Right, Noel Riley Fitch provides an intimate visit to major Parisian landmarks as well as to out-of-the-way cafes, hotels and residences immortalized by "Papa" and his friends.

Author: Mark Jaroski
Publisher: Wikitravel Press
Keywords: paris, reliable, guide, date, complete, free, wikitravel
Number of Pages: 210
Published: 2009-01-14
List price: $14.99
ISBN-10: 1441413723
ISBN-13: 9781441413727

Wikitravel Paris covers the museums, arts and culture of the City of Lights from top to bottom, with up-to-date info on Paris nightlife, gastronomical extravaganzas for all budgets, and tips on walking, talking, and coping in Paris. The guide includes 20 incredibly detailed city maps covering the entire city, with attractions marked. Built using the award-winning Wikitravel website, all Wikitravel guides are written by fellow travelers and updated by our editors from top to bottom every single month, so you’re always guaranteed to get the newest information.
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