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Fayard (complete name: Librairie Arthème Fayard) is a French Paris-based publishing house established in 1857. Fayard is controlled by Hachette Livre.
In 1999, Éditions Pauvert became part of Fayard. Claude Durand was director of Fayard from 1980 until his retirement in 2009. He was replaced by Olivier Nora, previously head of Éditions Grasset & Fasquelle another division of the Hachette group.
On 6 November 2013, Nora was replaced by Sophie de Closets, who officially took over at the beginning of 2014.
In December 2009, Hachette Littérature (publisher of the Pluriel pocket collection) was absorbed by Fayard. Isabelle Seguin, the director of Hachette Littérature, became literary director of Fayard.
Fayard has three imprints:
Editions Mille et Une Nuits
Works published by Editions Fayard include:
Dictionnaire de la France médiévale by French historian Jean Favier