In this undated and unlocated photo provided by The New Press publishing house, Andre Schiffrin holds a book. Schiffrin, who was expelled from the corporate publishing world after fostering the likes ... more 
In this undated and unlocated photo provided by The New Press publishing house, Andre Schiffrin holds a book. Schiffrin, who was expelled from the corporate publishing world after fostering the likes of Art Spiegelman, Jean-Paul Sartre, Studs Terkel and Noam Chomsky, has died in Paris. The New Press, a nonprofit publisher that Schiffrin founded after he was forced out of Pantheon Books in 1990 over the high-brow imprint's slender bottom line, said he died Sunday Dec.1, 2013 of pancreatic cancer. He was 78. (AP Photo/Henri Zerdoun) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Henri Zerdoun
Mon, Dec 2, 2013 9:27 AM EST