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Sites collection., Textsbases., branching quotations., works in progress. LittératureS & CompanieS links to ambitious almost encyclopaedic sites,often from prestigious organizations displaying real scientific requirements. Academic, Institutional, French and foreign sources coexist with resourceful homepages. As you will notice, some sites remains unclassifiable because of their inventiveness. LittératureS & CompanieS also provides online contemporary texts and a journal « Compagnie de la Lettre » including essays on defined topics. The confluence of quotations, a sort of Languages encyclopaedia updated by reading and encounters expend links and texts. As the web does not escape the "poubellication" of J. Lacan, we are very careful to the information provided.

 

LittératureS & CompanieS pay tribute to the work of Silvia Beach who created the "Shakespeare & Company" bookstore, 12, rue de l'Odéon in Paris. From  1921 to 1941, She has been the host of the expatriated American writers: Gertrude Stein, Ezra Pound, Ernest Hemingway, Francis Scott Fitzgerald and especially the Irish James Joyce which she helped publishing Ulysses. "Shakespeare & Company" attracted French writers and intellectuals: Gide, Valéry, Paulhan, Aragon, Breton, Sartre, Lacan etc. and was for 30 years a meeting and exchanges place.

Bernard Obadia