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Paris (Bloom's Literary Places)


Home to the 1920 American expatriate group of Hemingway, Stein, Eliot, Dos Pasos, and others, Paris has long been associated with intellectualism and sidewalk cafe culture. Taking you on a literary tour of the city, examining it as a setting in various works of literature, and as it has served as an influence for various authors.


Table of contents



Harold Bloom

One Paris Today

Two  Le Grand Siècle

Three The Age of Enlightenment

Four Revolution

Five Restoration

Six The Second Empire

Seven The Third Republic and the Dawn of the 20th Century

Eight Inbetween the Wars

Nine The Occupation, the New Wave

Ten Visitor?s Guide



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