Bookshelves – Shakespeare and Company

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Book shelves

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Book shelves

Shakespeare and Company

37 rue en Bûcherie

Tel: 00 33 () 1 43 25 40 93

Everyday, 10am to 10pm

Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 7pm

Monday to Friday, 9:30am to 7pm

Saturday or sunday, 9:30am to 8pm

37 rue en Bûcherie
75005 Paris, France

Primary Shop Every single day, 10am to 10pm

Antiquarian Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 7pm

Café Monday to Friday, 9:30am-7pm
Saturday or sunday, 9:30am-8pm

Source: shakespeareandcompany.com

Shelving My Books and Discussion

Video COMMENTS:
  • Rainy Days and Stormy Nights: Thriftbooks.com is great! Amazon has a marketplace that has a lot of used book sellers, too.
    I'm not sure about used books but bookdepository.com/ has some great deals in general, as does bookoutlet.com/!
  • Nickil 11: Hi Lara this is Nici Amazing vid!!😋😋😋😋
  • TimeAndChance: I'd want to meet GG Kay or E. St. J. Mandel or A. Monro, leading living Canadian authors. I've already seen M. Atwood. I can't imagine Canadian lit. being big in SA (or is that ZA?) or The Netherlands. We're always being squashed between the biggies US & UK in the lit. dep't.
  • BookCravings: It's really important to think about owning books as a privilege. Personally I enjoy reading my own books, and I think I am a fortunate person for being able to do it, but when I was younger the only way I used to have to read books was through friends and libraries.
  • A Whimsical Library: Im glad you added the bit at the start, what you said is definitely true about how owning books and even being able to read is such a huge privilege and thats something worth thinking about! But also, YOUR FUNKO COLLECTION WOW THAT IS GOALS
  • Caitlin Adele: Loved it! It's so therapeutic to watch someone organising bookshelves 😂😂