The Evolving Face of Paris: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

May 4, 2023 at 12:19 pm Leave a comment

Now for the next thing on my calendar.

Which is my next (online) class with the wonderful Politics & Prose bookstore in Washington D.C.

I am very excited about this class, because the four books we will be reading and discussing in it will give members of the class a very diverse, vibrant, exciting look at today’s Paris through the eyes of some of its most engaging, thoughtful–and fun!– contemporary personalities.

And we will even have the chance to chat with each of the authors in the last half hour of the classes devoted to their books.

You see above the cover of the first book we will be reading–and though class starts a week from tomorrow, don’t worry about having the time to read the book. Edith de Belleville’s book is a quick and delightful read: you will have plenty of time to read it, especially if you start today!

To be perfectly honest I do need a few more people to sign up in order to make this class a “go.” So I hope a few of you Parisophiles out there will sign up. You wouldn’t want to disappoint the ones who are already looking forward to this class, now would you?

Plus, this class is going to be really fun and interesting. I promise!

You can learn all about it here. So. I hope to see some of you in those little Zoom boxes, a week from tomorrow.

In the meantime, happy reading!

Janet Hulstrand is a writer, editor, writing coach, and teacher of writing and of literature who divides her time between the US and France. She is the author of Demystifying the French: How to Love Them, and Make Them Love You, and  A Long Way from Iowa: From the Heartland to the Heart of France.

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