See her Deconstruction of the Father/Reconstruction of the Father: Writings and Interviews, 1923-1997 (1998); studies by D. Wye (1982), P. Gardner (1994), C. Kotik (1994), P. Weiermair et al. (1995), J. Helfenstein (2002), M.-L. Bernadac et al. (2003), and E. Keller, ed. (2004); B. Cornand, dir., The Whisper of the Whistling Water (documentary film, 2004).
Starting near Centre Georges Pompidou (rue Rambuteau), it is today a trendy street extremely appreciated for all the fashion stores. France traditionally has Sunday as a day of rest but Rue des Francs-Bourgeois is one of the few streets that is open on a Sunday. As such a street many people come to brunch and walk there at the end of the week. It is impossible to miss it if you visit le Marais.There are still beautiful buildings, several hotels from past centuries in particular. Hôtel Carnavalet, Lamoignon, Sandreville, d'Albret, d'Alméras, Poussepin, de Coulanges, Hérouet, de Jaucourt, de Fontenay, de Breteuil and de Soubise are some of them.
Hotel Carnavalet houses the museum of the history of Paris.
In 1868 this street had been joined with rue neuve Saint-Catherine and rue du Paradis au Marais.