Unformatted text preview: classes even made the scene more vigorous as it encouraged people to go out in larger numbers. It seemed to me that Paris could do little wrong. It was during all of this change that Paris developed its “charm.” The city was reinvented by ambitious governments, but the changes began to create a sense of nostalgia for its residents. Architecturally, the city began to modernize itself, but this made the surviving districts of “Old Paris” all the more unique and flavorful. This made the torn and tattered districts of Paris all the more magical and special to the Parisians despite their seemingly inevitable end at the hands of progress....
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- Fall '07
- Human Sexuality, Urban culture, crowded living spaces, seemingly inevitable end