Actress Emma Watson takes feminist book happening to Paris

Actress Emma Watson takes feminist book happening to Paris

Actress Emma Watson takes feminist book happening to Paris

And so, citizens of Paris are off on a city-wide book hunt, racing to find their own copies.

So it was no surprise that the 27-year-old tweeted on Wednesday she would be hiding copies of the Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale around Paris. "We are having fun finding great places to hide "The Handmaid's Tale" and look forward to hearing from people who find", Cordelia Oxley, who runs The Book Fairies, told The Bookseller.

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Watson, who was born in Paris and grew up in England, has previously left books by female authors around various cities.

She carried out a similar exercise across the Channel in November, leaving copies of Maya Angelou's memoir Mom & Me & Mom on the London Underground, and in NY in March. To celebrate International Women's Day this past March, the actress and activist hid books by Caitlyn Moran and Gloria Steinem.

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The young star, who runs a feminist book club called Our Shared Shelf, also hid books on the New York City subway to inspire disheartened Americans following controversial President Donald Trump's shock election victory previous year (16).

The Book Fairies' Twitter account also posted about the exciting news, writing, "It's true!"

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"I'm hiding copies all over Paris!" the actor best known for playing Hermione Granger said on Twitter.

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