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The closure of the library Boulinier triggers a wave of emotion and indignation in Paris

Since the iconic bookstore Boulinier, located not far from the Sorbonne in paris, at 20 boulevard Saint-Michel has announced its closure in mid-June, this is a real outcry that we are witnessing.

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This temple is joyful and chaotic books second-hand is such a symbol that the testimonies of sympathy and outrage have not stopped multiplying since a week.

the Real lung of the cultural latin Quarter, this is one of the oldest bookstores of Paris, boulevard Saint-Michel, is forced to close shop in the face of rising rents in the neighborhood.

This bad news, is simultaneously accompanied by another ominous announcement regarding the libraries: that of an impending closure of three libraries Joseph Gibert, Clermont, Chalon-sur-Saône and Aubergenville.

Then, there is the twilight of the latin quarter? It is clear that this den of Saint Michel, which opened in 1938 is going to disappear under the pressure of real property, and the gradual transformation of the neighborhood.

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