CANCELED - Pages Bookshop Virtually Presents Elaine Sciolino
Unfortunately, we have had to cancel this event and are working with the author and her publisher to find another suitable time. Thank you for your understanding in advance.
Are you missing traveling as much as we are? Well come join us and take a virtual trip to Paris with us. We are excited to host Elaine Sciolino, contributing writer and former Paris bureau chief for The New York Times for the paperback release of her book, "The Seine: The River that Made Paris."
Elaine has lived in Paris since 2002 and will take us on this wonderful journey of the Seine through a slide show presentation.
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About The Seine
Blending memoir, travelogue, and history, The Seine is a love letter to Paris and the river that determined its destiny. Master storyteller and longtime New York Times foreign correspondent Elaine Sciolino explores the Seine through its lively characters—a bargewoman, a riverbank bookseller, a houseboat dweller, a famous cinematographer—and follows it from the remote plateaus of Burgundy through Paris and to the sea. The Seine is a vivid, enchanting portrait of the world’s most irresistible river.
ELAINE SCIOLINO is a contributing writer and former Paris bureau chief for the New York Times. She is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Only Street in Paris. She has lived in Paris since 2002.