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You asked about object oriented programming systems for LISP
and Scheme.  Texas Instruments PC Scheme has SCOOPS.  The
reference manual describes it as "an object oriented programming
system for TI Scheme based on first-class environments and
on multiple and dynamic inheritance.  Although it is similar in
concept and syntax to the object-oriented paradigms of LOOPS
and Flavors, the implementation of SCOOPS relies heavily on
the features of the Scheme language."  Chapter 5 of the reference
manual is devoted to SCOOPS.  In addition, PC Scheme comes
with a SCOOPS tutorial program which you can load into PC Scheme.

 |   Stephen G. Simpson              T20 at PSUVM . BITNET   |
 |   Department of Mathematics       (814)865-7527           |
 |   Pennsylvania State University                           |
 |   University Park, PA 16802                               |