Like the Paris of the artists it has few limitations. Publishers, however, are for the most part on the Left Bank, where they have been from time immemorial be-cause of the schools and universities which drew them there. Magazines have their offices here, too. One publisher on the boulevard St Germain, which is lined with bookstores and publishers, has his establishment upon what was once a Jewish burying ground. The boulevard Raspail, a new street, has the overflow of literary expression. But all through the 5th Arr., in the most crowded of the old streets, down even to the river with its bookstalls, you will find printers of all sorts and many of the young American enterprises which are taking root here.
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