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Countdown to Pah-ree!

It has been a couple months now since I found out that I was going to be spending the next year studying at the Sorbonne in Paris and the news is barely sinking in. 557 more words

Erasmus

Walking through Paris

There are many ways to move around the city, bus, taxi, metro, but before you know how these work, you should know how the city works! 1,080 more words

Paris

Metaphysics, cinema

Frederico Passolini made an early silent movie called The Appendix which ran for twelve minutes and consisted of a single tracking shot across the ceiling of an operating theater (the camera looking down of course). 1,216 more words

Prose

Walking on Simone de Beauvoir's Parisian Legacy

Back in September 2009, I paid my first visit to Paris IV, aka the Sorbonne, at the University of Paris. I remember it being both an exciting and terrifying day.   1,580 more words

Ones About Walking

Paris When It Doesn't Sizzle

It was my third day in Paris, but I still hadn’t walked down a street full of small bakeries that smelled of freshly baked buttery croissants and baguettes. 1,182 more words

Nonfiction

Rose Valland – Art Spy Extraordinaire | ascholarlyskater

Originally posted on ascholarlyskater.

As all of you probably know, the topic of art crime is very important to me. Art matters to me, so people who threaten it bother me deeply. 160 more words

20th Century

DPF / Howard

For museums, from Poem A Day, Volume 2, edited by Laurie Sheck.

from Disclaimers / by Richard Howard, b. 1929

Ensconced in the Upper Rotunda alongside a fossil musk-ox, the giant Tyrannosaurus

Poetry