The Best Places to Walk in Paris

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New York Times: In her new book, “Flâneuse,” Lauren Elkin expands the concept of the flâneur — that aristocratic bohemian man strolling the city streets, possibly with a top hat or some other touch of the dandy — to include women wanderers from Virginia Woolf to Sophie Calle (one of whose works will be featured in “Person of the Crowd: The Contemporary Art of Flânerie,” soon to open at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia). Elkin also retraces her own steps in life, and, here, shares five places in her adopted home of Paris.  Read more.

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