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Éditions Gallimard is the second most important French publisher. An in the Guardian described it as having the best backlist in the world. In 2003 its subsidiaries and it published 1418 titles.

It was founded in 1911 in Paris by Gaston Gallimard (1881-1975) as Les Éditions de la Nouvelle revue française (nrf). The stylised nrf logo still appears on many books published by Gallimard today.

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