Students in last semester’s Paris Through its Books class created final projects ranging from academic papers on Flaubert and Charef to paintings inspired by Nadja, from a poem cycle about the Lost Generation to reflections on hunger in Paris.  For excerpts from their work, organized according to the authors to whom the projects responded, click here. For a stroll through Hemingway’s Paris as seen in Lucile Culver’s photographs, see The projects, most of which included a creative and an analytical component (not always included in the snippets given here,) engaged actively with questions of what and how Paris is made to represent.