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Hemingway’s Lipp and Fitzgerald’s Penis

October 26, 2010
Hemingway’s Lipp and Fitzgerald’s Penis

The Brasserie Lipp is famous for three things: Its choucroute; its cevelas, cold, squishy sausages smothered in mustard; and the man who made those sausages famous, a young writer named Ernest Hemingway, who came here when he had enough francs in his pocket for a cheap lunch. It’s not so cheap anymore. I had...
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‘A Pilgrimage to the Hemingway Myth’

September 13, 2010
‘A Pilgrimage to the Hemingway Myth’

Author Eddy Harris isn’t well-known in America, where he was born, but he’s established a following in France, the country he calls home. He is the author of Mississippi Solo, his chronicle of canoeing down the Mississippi River, and Paris en Black et Noir, a memoir of life as a black American writer living...
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‘This is the Real Lost Generation’

September 8, 2010
‘This is the Real Lost Generation’

Simon Njami is an author, essayist and art curator living in Paris. With roots in Cameroon, he has watched the struggles of immigrants from West Africa and North Africa adapt to life in Paris. I talked to him about this new “Lost Generation,” the riots that ignited across France and the future of French...
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A view of Africa in Paris

August 9, 2010

Enjoy this glimpse of Africa in Paris, thanks to Context Travel.
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Blood in the Seine

August 6, 2010
Blood in the Seine

Suddenly immigration became a question of national identity. Can you be black, or Arab, or Muslim, and still be French?
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Nono’s Paris

August 4, 2010
Nono’s Paris

Hemingway’s Paris is for sale on the banks of the Seine, where the boukanistes sell vintage-looking Cinzano advertisements and Josephine Baker posters alongside Eiffel Tower postcards and used Dennis Lahane novels. “The new Paris is different,” says Felix Nono. He is selling old Paris. Cafes in Montparnasse and Montmartre come alive on painted tiles...
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