Michael Morpurgo talks to BBC Radio 4 about reading at the inimitable Shakespeare & Company

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Recently, BBC Radio 4 investigated the magic of iconic Paris bookshop Shakespeare & Company, including a lovely reminiscence from Michael Morpurgo about his extraordinary experience reading at the bookshop with his wife, Clare. There is something special about a place that’s been devoted to books and reading for almost a hundred years.

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