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A nice little English bookshop

This was a quiet, little bookshop located near Odeon Theatre. It had a vast collection of poetry... read more

Reviewed 16 September 2017
Amir Mohammad K
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Best anglophone bookstore in Paris

If you're looking for the real anglophone literary spot in Paris, this is the one. It's not the... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2017
Jason S
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Paris, France
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16 Sep 2017
“A nice little English bookshop”
11 Jul 2017
“Best anglophone bookstore in Paris”
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8 rue Casimir Delavigne, 75006 Paris, France
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Reviewed 16 September 2017 via mobile

This was a quiet, little bookshop located near Odeon Theatre. It had a vast collection of poetry books and literary journals, NYRBs, New Yorkers and other related magazines. It isn't a tourist spot and that's what makes it good (other than the books, of course)....More

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Reviewed 11 July 2017

If you're looking for the real anglophone literary spot in Paris, this is the one. It's not the big-name tourist attraction that Shakespeare and Co has now become. This place is dedicated to helping and showcasing local writers and emerging talents. In addition to an...More

2  Thank Jason S
Reviewed 21 November 2016

The owner,Phyllis is a lovely person who makes you welcome even if you seldom go and buy books. She has all sorts of interesting events going such as poetry readings,music gigs and a remarkable collection of second handbooks in every genre and you will always...More

1  Thank sylviafize
Reviewed 17 November 2015

Ok. There are bookstores all over Paris. Mostly French. There are, however, a handful of English language bookstores and this is a good one. All the books are used and they also purchase or exchange books! We are traveling long term and wanted to unload...More

1  Thank Jill S
Reviewed 3 November 2015

Being a Bay Area native, one of the things I miss about home are the amazing independent bookstores. Like all of the bookshops I visited in Paris, the books are packed so tightly into the shelves that getting them out takes a bit of wriggling....More

1  Thank PriyaZin
Reviewed 26 July 2015

Several years ago I discovered this gem of a used bookstore. I faithfully return each time I visit Paris (about 4 times a year). The owner is helpful. I always find books about writers in Paris. Of particular interest are books by or about Ernest...More

1  Thank 921CherylM
Reviewed 22 May 2014

Oh Berkeley Books of Paris. Where have I been your whole like? Buying my books in Gilbert Jaune that's where, getting abused by snotty French sales staff who look at me like i'm mad when I ask for M.M.Kaye. Whilst all this time I will...More

3  Thank Stephanie P
Reviewed 26 January 2014

This second-hand bookshoop is located in the heart of Paris. The service is very friendly. While browsing the shelves my joy was to find something I did not know that even existed which reminds to quote Virginia Woolf: "Books are everywhere; and always the same...More

2  Thank SargassoPicasso
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