Objects & Places from Paris to the Moon

Adam Gopnik
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Paris - This city is the principal setting for the book.

The Luxembourg Gardens - This place was perfectly designed for a small child, with a playground, a puppet theater, and a carousel.

The Left Bank - This area was a fashionable part of the city where the Gopniks' apartment was located, not far from the Eiffel Tower.

Deyrolle - This place was a taxidermists' supply house on the rue du Bac where Gopnik took Luke on rainy days to look at the stuffed animals, which ranged from big game to domestic pets.

The Winter Circus - This place was a wooden octagon set back from the boulevard Beaumarchais where Gopnik went with his family in the early 1970s and where he took Luke in the 1990s to see Cirque du Soleil.

BHV - This was a nineteenth department store on the rue de Rivoli on the...

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