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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

Back from Montpellier (31/12/19-5/1/20)

31/12 Antwerp to Lille, Lille to Paris Nord, walked to Gare de Lyon via Place de la Bastille and the Place de la République to Montpellier with F.

1/1 Montpellier to Carnon, walked over a crowded beach to La Grande-Motte, sunset over the Aqueduc de Saint-Clément

2/1 Shop Pomme de reinette et pomme d'api (bought 4 beetle-in-a-box), Musée Fabre, Montpellier Cathedral of Saint Peter, Jardin des plantes de Montpellier (Le monument en l'hommage à Rabelais au jardin des plantes de Montpellier)

3/1 Bus to Cazevieille, climbed the Pic Saint-Loup, back down to Saint-Mathieu-de-Tréviers, hitched to Montpellier, went to Cinema Utopia, to Motherless Brooklyn

4/1 Train to Sète (Cimetière marin de Sète, not to Musée Paul Valéry, to the peak Mont Saint-Clair) and back

5/1 Train from Montpellier Sud (went to the wrong station) to Paris Lyon, to Paris Nord and to Lille

Read

  • Le Riche Homme (1970)
  • Lettre à mon juge (1947)
    • Both of the above Simenon 'romans durs' feature middle-aged men who are destroyed by falling in love with young women.
  • The opening 40 pages of Lanark by Alasdair Gray in a Dutch translation:
    • "Als een schrijver geen plezier beleefd aan woorden op zich ..." p. 35, knoert van een dt-fout.
    • "... dat er twee typen [schrijven] waren. Het ene type was een soort van geschreven film, met veel actie en weinig gedachten. Het andere type ging over slimme ongelukkige mensen, vaak zelf schrijvers, die veel nadachten maar weinig uitvoerden." p.24

Seen at Musée Fabre

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