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My Paris Story 都市漫步者 Book Talk & Signing
2019年3月1日 星期五 19:30 至 21:30
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The Bookworm Courtyard #4, South Sanlitun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing
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价格: ¥60

My Paris Story 都市漫步者 Book Talk & Signing

价格: ¥60

My Paris Story 都市漫步者 Book Talk & Signing
2019年3月1日 星期五 19:30 至 21:30
Business Casual
The Bookworm Courtyard #4, South Sanlitun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing
主办方: The Beijing Bookworm 更多活动

价格: ¥60

My Paris Story 都市漫步者 Book Talk & Signing

2019年3月1日 星期五 19:30 至 21:30 The Bookworm Courtyard #4, South Sanlitun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing

价格: ¥60

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“The destiny of every walking man is to immerse himself in the panorama surrounding him, to the point of becoming one with it and, ultimately, to vanish.”

 “每一个漫步者的命运都是沉浸在他周围的景物中,直至与之融为一体,并最终消失。”


Can urban wandering become a selfish art form or a secret vice? Absolutely yes, according to Federico Castigliano who in his book “Flâneur: The Art of Wandering the Streets of Paris” tells us his adventures, offering a romantic vision of the “City of Lights”. Paris is the ideal city to walk without haste, “the realm of the possible” for those who are truly consumed by wanderlust. Nevertheless, if the art of urban wandering was born in Paris, it can be practiced in other cities as well.

 城市漫步能成为一种自私的艺术形式还是一种秘密的癖好吗?当然可以,正如Federico Castigliano在他的作品《都市漫步者:漫游巴黎街头的艺术》中所描述的那样,通过他的冒险经历,我们能找到一个对于“光明之城”的浪漫幻想。巴黎是一个理想的城市,对于那些真正享受流浪、享受探索的人来说,可以毫不迟疑地漫步。如果在巴黎可以城市漫游,那么它在其他城市也可以。

This lecture aims to show the public how to become a perfect urban rambler, or flâneur, following ten basic rules. The challenge that Federico Castigliano has to face seems rather demanding: to teach the busy inhabitants of the Chinese metropolisa new lifestyle based on the pleasure of discovery and on the free, aimless wandering.

 本次分享旨在向大家展示如何按照十条基本方法成为一名完美的城市漫步者,“Flâneur”。Federico Castigliano将面对的挑战似乎相当艰巨:教中国大城市里忙碌的居民们找到一种新的生活方式,以发现乐趣为出发,自由、无目的的漫游。

This lifestyle, similar to one of the dandies who wanted to "make their life as a work of art", is embodied by an emblematic figure of modern Europe, born among the boulevards of Paris: the flâneur. The word "flâneur" derives from the French verb “flâner” which means "to wander aimlessly through the city, enjoying the beauty of the outside world."

 都市漫步者这种生活方式,类似于那些想“把自己的生活变成一件艺术品”的花花公子,诞生于巴黎大街,这一现代欧洲的象征。“Flâneur”一词来源于法语动词“flâner”,意思是“在城市中漫无目的地漫步,享受外面世界的美丽”。



The result of years of studies, walks and adventures, “Flâneur” is an experimental book, which illustrates the secrets of the flânerie, the noble art of wandering without a destination for the city. Half essay, half autobiographical narration – already known in the Italian, French and English versions – it has now arrived in China, published by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

 经过多年的研究、漫步和冒险,《都市漫步者》是一本经验丰富的书,它揭示了漫步者的秘密,这是一种无目的漫游的高尚艺术。这是一本半散文,半自传体的作品,已出版的意大利语、法语和英语版本都广受好评,最新的中文版由中国社会科学院出版。



Federico Castigliano holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature (University of Turin) and is Associate Professor of Italian Studies. Having worked for several years in France, he currently teaches at Beijing International Studies University. His writing combines nonfiction and fiction and centers on the relationship between the individual and urban spaces, thus exploring the possibilities of today's city.

 Federico Castigliano拥有都灵大学比较文学博士学位,是意大利研究的副教授。在法国工作了几年后,他目前在北京外国语大学任教。他的作品融合了非小说和小说,以个人空间和城市空间的关系为中心,探索当今城市的可能性。


There'll be books signing at the end of talk. We prepare both english & Chinese version. Looking forward to you.

活动最后将有作者签售活动,有中文版和英文版可供选择,欢迎您参加。


website: federicocastigliano.com


Friday, March 1 at 7:30pm

60RMB(including a drink)


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