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A PASSION FOR PARIS: Romanticism and Romance in the City of Light, Book Tour, spring 2015, update

Our spring 2015, coast-to-coast extravaganza to celebrated the publication of A PASSION FOR PARIS: Romanticism and Romance in the City of Light, starts on April…

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A Passion for Paris: George Sand, Romanticism’s Great Woman Happy?

  George Sand was the "Great Woman" of the Romantic Age, according to Victor Hugo. If anyone could make that claim it was Hugo. Successful,…

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The raison d’être of A Passion for Paris

  Blame Nadar: his noir—noir et blanc I should say—influence helped lure me to Paris way back when. I wanted to take up residence in…

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Classicist, Art Historian Andrew Riggsby Endorses Paris to the Pyrenees

  Andrew Riggsby, Professor of Classics and Art History at The University of Texas, Austin is an expert on Rome and Roman history (among the…

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National Geographic Traveler and Paris to the Pyrenees: Review by Don George

Yours truly checking out the hunters' blinds about a third of the way up the Pyrenees. Photo: copyright Alison Harris "Pleased" is understatement: I am…

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Paris, Paris on NewsTalk radio in SF: Fun interview!

Joel Riddell has taken over from Gene Burns on the long-running “Dining Around” radio show, now on NewsTalk Radio in SF… we had a great…

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