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German publishing house in Stuttgart, founded in 1682. Having published school textbooks, Swabian authors, periodicals, newspapers, and the first works of Lessing and Schiller, the company now concentrates on scholarly literature and encyclopaedias. Since 1991, Metzler has belonged to Holtzbrinck.

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