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Billed as the third-largest Francophone book fair in the world, Beirut's annual Salon du Livre is a fixture for bibliophiles well-versed in the so-called language of love. The 21st edition of the fair opens on Oct. 31 at BIEL. Over the course of its 10-day program, the event is set to include more than 200 book-signing sessions and over 100 round-table discussions and talks. The 21st edition of the Salon du Livre is also set to highlight children's titles.This year's fair will not pack the star power of previous editions, but with more than 30 publishers and 150 authors in attendance, it still seems set to give Francophone readers plenty to discover.The 21st edition of the Salon du Livre runs from Oct. 31 to Nov. 9 at BIEL.
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