This small museum is one of Paris's hidden gems. Exquisitely set out, it contains some precious original manuscripts from the greats. In the middle of summer it was not at all busy. The current exhibition on Jack Kerouac's "On the Road" is one not to miss with the original "scroll " on view and in part annotated to show the differences to the first published version. The exhibition has been set up to promote the new movie - but even that is interesting. And there is a black and white tape of Kerouac talking on a French talk show in the late 60s - his first language was Joual in Canada. And not to mention the letter from one of the Titanic survivors that inspired at least in part the movie. All good stuff.
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