Entrée to Black Paris
Richard Wright's Paris
Richard Wright is one of America’s most renowned 20th century writers. He and his family visited Paris in 1946 and then settled there in 1947. His self-imposed exile in France would inspire many other writers, including James Baldwin and Chester Himes, to establish residences there as well.
This self-guided walking tour takes you to many of the locations on the Left Bank that Wright, his family and his friends frequented during the 1940s and 50s.
The 34-page document, in downloadable PDF format, contains guided commentary (with photographs), a map, a chronology of Wright's life in Paris, information about and photographs of Père Lachaise Cemetery (where Wright's ashes are preserved), a list of the references that we consulted to prepare this walk, and a page for notes.
- Date updated: 06/12/2018
- Price: €25.00