House known as Jules Michelet
Most probably on the recommendation of his friend Eugène Pelletan, a journalist and politician from Saint-Georges-de-Didonne, Jules Michelet went on holiday in 1859 to this town in Charente-Maritime. His stay in these totally exotic natural settings inspired him and he wrote his book La Femme. Nowadays particularly old-fashioned and meaningless, the work has its source in this region.
But while the man of letters was resting, a gigantic storm hit this little piece of Charente. Witnessing this incredible force of nature, Jules Michelet seized his pen and filled in a few pages. Without suspecting that a few kilometers away there is a young boy, frightened by the events, who will become one of his most brilliant peers, Pierre Loti.
A large part of the historian’s stay is thus found in this book, soberly entitled La Mer, which is a testimony of the knowledge of his contemporaries on the marine world.,
The house as Jules Michelet knew it is quite different today. It was partially demolished and then rebuilt in 1877, 18 years after his stay.
22 Boulevard Michelet
The Boulevard Michelet was named after the famous historian Jules Michelet, who stayed at number 22 in 1859.
Most of the houses on Boulevard Michelet were built in the second half of the 19th century. There were a lot of pensions and most of the houses have their own names like “Tourny”, “la Mouette” or “Valp... Learn more about 22 Boulevard Michelet
The Fantrippers Buying Board
Guide New York to 1000 cult movies, series, music, comics and novels locations
Guide New York to 1000 cult movies, series, music, comics and novels locations NEW EDITION Discover New York differently with our best seller in a new edition enriched with many new places of worship, thirty courses, new photos and anecdotes in 640 exciting pages. The barracks of Ghostbusters,the famous bridgeOnce upon a time in America,the Katz Delicatessen of When Harry met Sally…,the building of Friends, Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment in Sex and the City, Superman’s Daily Planet, Leonard Cohen’s Chelsea Hotel, the subway station of the legendary music video Bad by Michael Jackson, the places evoked in the novels of Francis Scott Fitzgerald, Paul Auster, Marc Levy, Guillaume Musso… DISCOVER NEW YORK IN A NEW AND ORIGINAL CONCEPT
Interest for fans
Value for money
Discover all the places La Femme on our map
By Damien Duarte
Passionné par la culture pop depuis son enfance, ses références vont de Donald Duck à Batman en passant par Marty McFly. Fantripper dans l'âme, voyager sur les traces de Ghostbusters, James Bond ou des héros de romans comme Cotton Malone font partie d'un séjour idéal et réussi !