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Opening Lines (Experimental)
At the end of the Rue Guenegaud, coming from the quays, you find the Arcade of the Pont Neuf, a sort of narrow, dark corridor running from the Rue Mazarine to the Rue de Seine. This arcade, at the most, is thirty paces long by two in breadth. It is paved with worn, loose, yellowish tiles which are ...Back to top
Reviewed by cognoscente91 on Aug 27, 2008
This is one of the best books ever written by a human being.And written by the best Writer in the history of human beings.Words cant describe how perfect and significent this book is.
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