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Ma Langue au chat

Ma langue au chat, Tortures et délices d’un anglophone à Paris

An interview with Denis Hirson professor of English and author of the recent book Ma langue au chat, Tortures et délices d’un anglophone à Paris ...
Rare pastels

From Degas to Redon – rare pastels

Rare? Did you say rare? Yes, I said rare! This is a rare exhibition of rare pastels and thus one you should not miss. The Petit Palais is delighted to ...

Valentine’s Day – When Cupid’s bow is fired…

Valentine’s Day – When Cupid’s bow is fired… As far back as the early fourth century B.C., the Romans had celebrated an annual rite of ...
understand the hexagon

Hogtied in the Hexagon? part 2 of 3

Hogtied in the Hexagon? Part 2 Our choice of 15 Books to help you better understand France. (part 1 of this article) First of all what is “hogtied”? ...
giant numbers

Giant numbers – just try to count that high!

1000 billion or one trillion? It’s the same thing, but it depends who you ask. In any case they are gigantic numbers. While reading an article recently ...
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