Batignolles or I’m back from Paris

Back after three weeks away, I’ll start with something typical… The boulangerie was one of the many Paul scattered over Paris, this one in the middle of the rue de Levis street market. The man isn’t known to me, but his hair and general stature reminded me of Georges Perec, whose space in the crematorium of Pere Lachaise I didn’t see this year. So this is a little homage to the memory of Perec, in the city he honoured.

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6 Responses to Batignolles or I’m back from Paris

  1. Chancelucky says:

    It’s good to have you back Charles.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Yeah!!!!! You are back! XOXOXOXTyla

  3. Thanks! It’s great to be back but I’m having constant problems with my server and can’t link up most of the time, can’t post photos, etc. (Can’t send emails, Tyla, pazienza…) I’m in a very bad mood about this.

  4. Anonymous says:

    No worries! Shall I send you my modem?!!!

  5. Coming straight from Wendell Ricketts blog and now rummaging into your Paris… I've had the chance to meet George Perec before his illness.

  6. I wish I had. I'm a great admirer of his and would have loved to meet him. I had the opportunity to meet Harry Mathews many years ago, while Perec was still alive, and foolishly failed to take it up.Lovely house in Sardinia, by the way!

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