John Lennon And Emily Dickinson: How Paris Mourns

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  • Published On: November 16, 2015
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Those walking to the Bataclan area in Paris today could almost miss the traces of an attack that left over 80 concert-goers dead on Friday. The vibrant area, which is full of bars and restaurants, still seems full of energy; at cafes, customers sit on the sidewalks, filling almost all tables.

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