Category Archives: literary scene in Paris

A Good Argument

Debates at the Sorbonne How do you fancy going back to university to listen to people arguing all day? No? Ok, let me put it another way… What about a series of debates on contemporary philosophical topics, held in one of … Continue reading

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Flamming!

( = French Slamming ) * No, I’m not talking about slagging off the French, which we seem to consider a rosbif art form. I’m talking about Paris’ “Slam au Downtown“, a poetry night very similar to Spoken Word up the road. … Continue reading

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The Literary Scene in Paris, post n°2

Shakespeare and Co. A full year and a half after my very FIRST post I come back to my old friend Shakespeare and Co., with good reason.On the 14th December 2011, the legendary George Whitman, owner of Shakespeare and Co passed … Continue reading

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