Some 750 titles of Tunisian authors' works at 37th edition of Paris "Salon du Livre" | Tunisia News Gazette

Some 750 titles of Tunisian authors’ works at 37th edition of Paris “Salon du Livre”

Some 750 titles of Tunisian authors’ works are exhibited at the 37th edition of the “Salon du Livre,” held March 24-27 in Paris.

Manager of the “El Moez” bookshop in Tunis Mohamed Bahri who supervises the Tunisian stand said to TAP “that almost 2,700 copies of books that showcase Tunisia, its history as well as Tunisian writers are displayed on this occasion.” The bookseller underlined that a few copies of the latest publications of the Tunisian novels are also on display.

Mohamed Bahri represents the Tunisian publishers, the booksellers’ union and the Culture Ministry.

On the agenda, 17 dedications of books written by Tunisian authors or on Tunisia.

Tunisian journalist Sonia Mabrouk was present on Saturday afternoon to sign her first book “The World Does not Go Round, My Granddaughter.”

She pointed out to TAP that much of the book is devoted to Tunisia. Optimistic, Mabrouk conveys a message of hope and truth about Tunisia and France.

The academic Slah Weslati presents his book “Tunisia Between Democracy, Civil War and Terrorism. Stop the Massacre.”

He said that “several visitors are interested in Tunisia and the democratic process,” considering this a good sign for Tunisian publishers and writers to exhibit their productions.

Some 3,000 authors dedicate their books in this 37th edition. Over 150,000 visitors, including 40,000 youths and 20,000 school children, attend the show each year.

Source: TAP News Agency

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