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Paris, mode d´emploi

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Paperback, 215 pages
Published October 11th 2012 by Points
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Aug 07, 2015 Lily rated it really liked it
Shelves: french
Hilarious!! This was like Paris Portlandia; a mock-anthropological look at every aspect of Paris living--intellectual life, snobby Parisian actresses, lodging, food, museums etc. It really shows that in this age of globalization, all cities are really starting to look alike. I recognized almost every phenomenon in the book as equally New York (and the author poked fun at this a little, he kept saying that Parisians want desperately to be New Yorkers and hope to have their arrondissement annexed ...more
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Mar 08, 2016 Nonethousand Oberrhein rated it it was ok
Shelves: français, humour
Paris en patates
Un livre pour se moquer des pires habitudes des Parisiens. Sans trop de prétentions, mais drôle et bien conçu, le livre s’enrichit des illustrations comiques de Vidberg qui “patatise” les habitants de la Ville Lumière.

Ici le lien au blog d'actualités dessinées de Vidberg: L'actu en patates
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Mar 11, 2013 Ranní ptáče rated it it was amazing
Pro každého, kdo žil alespoň chvíli v Paříži je to povinná literatura:D
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