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Paris Plaisir; Printed In French *

LEVEQUE, Jean Jacques

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ISBN 10: 2867701090 / ISBN 13: 9782867701092
Published by ACR, * * * * *, 1998
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BooK: As New/ $119.87 2867701090 Paris Plaisir; French Edition / ÉDition En FrançAis * Leveque, Jean Jacques ACR Edition 1998 Glossy Black Spine With Title In White Letters, Dust Jacket: Fine Or Better, Only Because Of The Slightest Of Shelf Ware Scratches. Large And Thick Hard Cover BooK: As New, 288 Numbered Pages, That Were Lightly Read Or Not Read At All, And Are Clean And Tight To The Spine, Slightest Of Edge And Shelf Wear, Yellow Satin Page Marker. Might Require Extra Shipping And Handling To Your Destination, Due To Large Size And Weight. This Expensive BooK, Is Hard To Find, Will Make An Excellent Addition To Your Own Personal Library Collection, Or As A Gift. = World Wide Shipping = AVAILABLE =. Bookseller Inventory # 003600

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Title: Paris Plaisir; Printed In French *

Publisher: ACR, * * * * *

Publication Date: 1998

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:As New

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

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Of all the world's great cities, Paris is perhaps the one that marks its visitors and inhabitants the most, both in their discovery of the city, and their memories. With its many monuments, it is also a fabulous theater where adventure, chance meetings, and the unexpected have fascinated the painters, poets and photographers that we meet in the pages of this book. While its history is ancient, and very long, its present is lively and attractive.
This is a history of Paris that invites readers to wander in the city, to discover it. It presents the major events of the city, together with the most charming examples of daily life in its streets, which is always vibrant. It shows it crowds, who are delighted to find all the odors of the world, all the colors of life, and the marvels of everyday that are seen in this city. We also meet those writers who have praised Paris, such as Victor Hugo, Jacques Prevert, Gerard de Nerval and Leon Paul Fargue, and all those who have immortalized the city in their paintings, from the anonymous painters of the Renaissance up to the Impressionists. This is an intelligent history of Paris, but also friendly, entertaining, accessible, to whet your appetite for the city, and to arouse your curiosity.

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