Paris Bits—Vignettes and Pensées, Day 5

The fifth in the series of vignettes and pensées written by my husband, David Wolf, on an extended stay in Paris one early summer. Here, we catch sight of the dome of the Panthéon—where Zola, Voltaire, Hugo, and other French writers and honores are buried. And while it’s easy to be intimidated by the greatness that has come before you, Dave sees the sight differently.

 

The Panthéon. Photo by mimmyg.

The Panthéon. Photo by mimmyg.

 

Writers on Vacation in Paris

“Look,” she says, “You can see the Pantheon from here.”

“That reminds me,” he replies, “I’ve got work to do.”

 

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More Paris Bits:

• The Eiffel Tower in the Millenium
All in a Day in Paris
The Art Teacher
Lunch on the Rue de la Roquette

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