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The Franco-Swedish meetings for non-fiction publishers,organised by the Bureau international de l'édition française, take place inStockholm on March 5 and 6 as transactions between France and Northern Europe makereal headway.
As International Woman’s Day on Sunday March 8approaches, several new titles explore the rapports between the sexes and the questionof gender.
The CNRS foreign rights manager believes the successof selling translation rights in the humanities and social sciences depends ontwo things: the originality of the books and first-rate scientific referencing.
The Treatise on Tolerance, published 250 years ago by the Enlightenment writerand philosopher, has been a spectacular success in the book shops since theIslamist attacks at the beginning of January in Paris.