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Hugo, Verlaine, Zola...the record of our week on Instagram

Paris, source of inspiration, and places to live for writers.
"Paris has beauty in its history,
But this story is beautiful so much!
The Seine is hosted absurdly,
But its bright green alone is worth the glory" (Verlaine 1893).
Our week begins at Metz in the east of France, the march 30, 1844, the date which is the source of the future, wizard of words and rhymes Paul Verlaine. Arrived in Paris in 1850, the poet will find many addresses in paris: rue Lemercier, rue de l'ecluse, rue de la Roquette, or even street of Amsterdam. After the death of his mother in 1886, he écumera all the places of the Latin quarter. Sick, the hospitals of Paris regularly host. More than 1,300 days, lived at the hospital Tenon, Cochin, Saint-Antoine, and Broussais, of which he became a regular. It is in "the winter quarters" that The Figaro met the poet in 1891: it entrusts the newspaper to his ideas on symbolism and literature.

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