Alain Baudry’s obituary and death, French academic editor – cause of death After studying law and literature, Alain Baudry were invited to work on a literary collection called “Music of New France” with the first major university bookstore on the Montreal campus in 1964. Follow For More Updates at Rapiddnews.com
Back in France in 1971, he took over the “Library of Marceau,” a used book store on Avenue Marceau in Paris’s 8th arrondissement. He acquired “Aux Amateurs de Livres International,” in 1984, the second-ranked exporter of French books to academic libraries in the United States, Canada, and Europe.
Alain Baudry’s obituary and death
Japan and has a large number of active subscribers. He later expanded his activity as a publisher of literary treatises by French authors of the 17th and 18th centuries, as well as the creation of period reviews.
In 1990, he decided to take over the 1842-founded Éditions Klincksieck on the Rue de Lille in Paris. He bought Charles Péguy’s “Boutique des Cahiers” and moved the publisher’s headquarters to rue de la Sorbonne. The bottom of the edition (1.3 million volumes) was relocated to Droiteval, a pre-Cistercian abbey in the Vosges from the 12th century.
From 1990 to 2000, he published numerous works and spoke at major universities on topics such as eastern and ancient languages, archeology, musicology, literature and intellectual history, etymology, aesthetics, art history and iconology, and paper linguistics. He also serves as the editor of a number of scholarly community journals.