Shakespeare & Co

Emblidge, David
March 1978
New Republic;3/11/78, Vol. 178 Issue 10, p30
Focuses on a bookshop in Paris named Shakespeare & Co. Views that the shop is a legendary place for bibliophiles from all across the world; Comments that the shop is one of the continent's richest mines of real literary associations; Appraisal of the numerous rooms in the shop catering to the requirements of the readers from a tea room to a reading room and a room for writers; Availability of photographs of writers who have visited the place; Racks of cheap used books and posters announcing upcoming literary events.


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