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David P. Hamilton :
On living in France

Within the narrow parameters of my own life, living in Paris was epic. I returned stunned, trying to determine what the experience had meant to us. By David P. Hamilton | The Rag Blog | January 22, 2014 “’Americans should … finish reading David P. Hamilton :
On living in France

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TRAVEL / David P. Hamilton : Aubervilliers Is Paris ‘Red Belt’ Suburb That Defies Expectations

Some public housing units were interspersed with gardens and balconies, connected by curving pedestrian walkways. Photos by Sally Hamilton / The Rag Blog. Paris suburb defies expectations:Visiting Aubervilliers in the ‘Red Belt’ Although Aubervilliers at night might be a scary … finish reading TRAVEL / David P. Hamilton : Aubervilliers Is Paris ‘Red Belt’ Suburb That Defies Expectations

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Harvey Wasserman : The Timeless Joy of George Whitman’s Shakespeare & Company

George Whitman at Shakespeare & Company. Image from Oh, by the way…The timeless joy of GeorgeWhitman’s Shakespeare & Company Eyeing me suspiciously, George asked if I was a writer. I said I’d been a college editor, and had aspirations. He … finish reading Harvey Wasserman : The Timeless Joy of George Whitman’s Shakespeare & Company

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David P. Hamilton : On the Road in France

French road sign warns of curves ahead. Photo from photoguide.cz.On the road in France:A different approach to getting around …you will often find yourself passing through villages where the road shrinks to one lane to be shared with pedestrians, bicycles, … finish reading David P. Hamilton : On the Road in France

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