This photo is symbolic for the story as many people travel all over the world to be apart of the Worlds Fairs. Also the twelve detectives in the story are from all over the world and are meeting in Paris, France.
These photos of the construction and progress of the building of the Eiffel Tower relate greatly as the book is set in Paris during the time of its opening. The Eiffel Tower's purpose was for the Worlds Fair in 1889 in Paris, and the book is also based at this event.
This website/organization is dedicated to the history of the Words Fair. Created in 1998 it is dedicated to the history of all the worlds expositions. This website ties into the scope of being entirely about the history of the World fairs and gives great details. It helps give a greater understanding of Paris in 1889.
This photo may have a small role in the story, but it plays a major part in the main character Sigmundos life. Having put many puzzles together as a child with his father, the need to find all missing pieces to a puzzle stuck with him and helped drive his later need to become a detective.
With this photo of a shoe maker working on his craft we see the tools and time put into each shoe to make a living. This image relates to the book by the main character Sigmundo, being embarrassed of his fathers trade.
Detectives returned a stolen dog to his elderly owner two weeks after he was dognapped near Bitter Lake. A 79-year-old woman was walking her dog, Winston, May 1 in a parking lot near North 130th St...
Matea Boyter's insight:
Though the stories do not have much in common, they both share the good detectives bring to the people. The Paris Enigma by finding and bringing justice to murders and the detectives in this town by bringing back a stolen puppy to its owner.
THE HISTORY OF THE EIFFEL TOWER (Full Documentary)
Matea Boyter's insight:
The History of the Eiffel Tower documentary gives a very exact and detail description of the building of the tower. With the full detail of the hardships and events that occurred during the time leading up to its completion for the Worlds Fair in 1889.
The Paris Enigma: A Novel - Kindle edition by Pablo De Santis, Mara Lethem. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Paris Enigma: A Novel.
Matea Boyter's insight:
The Paris Enigma, the start of the story takes place in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The main character called Sigmundo Salvatrio is working as an assistant for the famed detective Renato Craig. Craig was a founding member of a very elite and exclusive group of detectives through out the world called, The Twelve. As the story moves forward we see the competitiveness between Sigmundo and the other assistants of Renato Craig's. Even further along we see the stories setting change and move across the world to to Paris, France. And at this time the Worlds Fair is taking place as well as the building and opening of the Eiffel Tower.
One major scope and theme in the book we see from the beginning is the competitiveness between the many assistants of Renato Craig. In chapter four of the first part of the book, the author introduces this competitiveness and the many assistants needs to impress their teacher and boss. "Deep down, we knew that if Craig had really set this all up in order to find an assistant, he had already made his choice. As much as Trivak tried to dampen his sarcasm and impress his teacher, it was Alarcon who was the favorite." (pg. 15, De Santis). I feel this shows the scope very well by having Sigmundo explain the competitiveness he and Trivak feel. Another theme of the book is murder and finding the criminal. "Those easily identifiable criminals-- the ones with prominent ears and protruding eye sockets and enormous hands, for them there's the police. For the invisible murderer, the murderer that could be any one of us, that's for me." (pg. 11, De Santis). This quote said by Renato Craig shows the detectives importance. The last major theme of the book is the Worlds Fair and the building and opening of the Eiffel Tower. "In spite the fact that the tower was almost finished, there was one enemy that had not given up harassing the builders with anonymous letters and minor attacks." (pg. 57 De Santis). This last quote shows the connections between the Eiffel tower and the detectives.
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