Literary Paris | Your Favorite Haunts - Literary & More

What are your favorite must-see Paris sites - literary & otherwise... Post quotes about Paris from your favorite novels or poems...

Pictures from my first trip to Paris - every gorgeous thing i saw...

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When in Paris, SEE THIS

Gertrude Stein residence 27 rue de Fleurus, Paris (1903 until 1914) -
Shakespeare and Company 37 Rue de la Bucherie, Paris, France +33 1 43 25 40 93 independent bookstore on Paris's Left bank. First opened by Sylvia Beach. Gathing place for American expatriate authors and others like: Ezra Pound, Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, Ford Madox Ford, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein, Man Ray (at original location 8 rue Dupuytren then 12 rue de l'Odeon in 1921) New location opened by George Whitman - near Place Saint-Michel, Notre Dame, and the Ile de la Cite. frequented by many Beat Generation writers: Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, Jack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs... -
Temple of Friendship literary salon 20 rue Jacob Attendees included: Marcel Proust, Colette, T.S. Eliot, W. Somerset Maugham, William Carlos Williams, Ezra Pound, Rainer Maria Rilke, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Djuna Barnes, Radclyffe Hall, Mary McCarthy, Truman Capote... -
Henry James apartment No. 29 rue Cambon, near Place Vendame. Colette apartments No. 9 rue de Beaujolais. Jean Cocteau apartment No. 36 rue de Montpensier. Anais Nin apartment 11 bis rue Schoelcher. Anais Nin birth place at Neuilly-sur-Seine, 7 rue du General Henrion Bertier. Henry Miller apartment 18 Villa Seurat. -
la terre est bleue comme une orange
la terre est bleue comme une orange
potato
me mum
Eiffel Tower
la merde de chien sur les trottoirs
eifel
eiffel
tower
river
lonely, rain-slick streets dully reflecting street lamp light.
Eiffel Tower
A bar with the (litterally) sweetest drink I ever had (for breakfast)
When in Paris a small family owned cafe is were its at. Its were you fine new friends and old or that special some one that lives down the street .Maybe just go for a warm cup of coffee or a soft pastry before work or school, When in Paris Chez Hanna is the place for me.:)
Pulled Apart the night falls as if slain by the sun, cold and alone are we. the salvation for which you sacrifice yourself flares once, then dies, taken by a velvet ebon nothingness. all hope must die. your love is no more. how could you abandon me? lost souls surround us, crying, sanctuary.
Erik Wistrand
chicken
Eiffel tower in glowing stars like a river of glory and fame
72 Virgins
la terre est bleue comme une orange
potato
me mum
Eiffel Tower
la merde de chien sur les trottoirs
eifel
eiffel
tower
river
lonely, rain-slick streets dully reflecting street lamp light.
Eiffel Tower
A bar with the (litterally) sweetest drink I ever had (for breakfast)
When in Paris a small family owned cafe is were its at. Its were you fine new friends and old or that special some one that lives down the street .Maybe just go for a warm cup of coffee or a soft pastry before work or school, When in Paris Chez Hanna is the place for me.:)
Pulled Apart the night falls as if slain by the sun, cold and alone are we. the salvation for which you sacrifice yourself flares once, then dies, taken by a velvet ebon nothingness. all hope must die. your love is no more. how could you abandon me? lost souls surround us, crying, sanctuary.
Erik Wistrand
chicken
Eiffel tower in glowing stars like a river of glory and fame
72 Virgins

The Beat Hotel: Ginsberg, Burroughs & Corso in Paris, 1957-1963
The Beat Hotel: Ginsberg, Burroughs & Corso in Paris, 1957-1963

The cheap rooming house at nine rue Git-Le-Coeur became known as the Beat Hotel after several Beat writers made it their home in Paris.

Virtual Walking Tours

Anais Nin and Henry Miller Interactive Paris Map 1
Anais Nin and Henry Miller Interactive Paris Map 2
Anais Nin and Henry Miller Interactive Paris Map 3
(via MillerWalks)