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Online Lecture “Paris in the Early 19th Century and Today: What it Looked Like and How it Looks Today”

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Online Lecture “Paris in the Early 19th Century and Today: What it Looked Like and How it Looks Today”

On October 31 at 4 pm Internet Access and Training Center of National Library of Udmurt Republic is organizing online broadcasting of the lecture by Vera Milchina "Paris in the Early 19th Century and Today: What it Looked Like and How it Looks Today" organized as part of the "Dynasty" Fund project and supported by the Book Institute. The broadcasting will take place at the Udmurt Republican Library for the Blind (Lomonosova St., 9).

How do we envisage Paris of the 19th century? Its perception in public mind has been formed mostly by classical literature (Hugo, Balzac, Dumas) and cinematography. But what did it really look like and in what way was it different from modern Paris? The lecture discusses historical appearance of Champs-Élysées, Île de la Cité, Bois de Boulogne and other famous places of Paris and notes some striking differences in comparison to their modern state.

 

Vera Arkadjevna Milchina — candidate of philological sciences, literary historian, translator of the classical French literature (Chateaubriand, Constant, Hugo, Balzac and some others). Her book “Paris in 1814-1848: Everyday Life” entered into final of the “Prosvetitel” award 2013.

 

All are welcome to attend.

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