Chapter 17- Latin Quarter
The Colorman had rented them an apartment in the Latin Quarter
–she’d been out strolling through the Jardin du Luxembourg, looking for a new painter–
Jarding du Luxembourg – Vincent Van Gogh – 1886
On the right is the Luxembourg Palace where the French Parliament meets.
Juliette let the tip of the cane drop, then sighed, whirled, and plopped down on the couch between the two pathetic penis plotters.
A map showing approximately where the Colorman’s apartment lay in relation to the churches.
St. Chapelle as seen from Notre Dame (Hunchback view). Steeple just in front of the gargoyle.
“It’s nice,” said the Colorman. “It has two bedrooms and a bath. You should take a bath. Etienne hasn’t seen this one naked. He’ll like her.”
Gare de Lyon, Paris
“Yes. Georges Seurat is the name. My card.”
“There was a very small monkey in a very large park. Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte. That painting was about placement of color.”