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THE young man who loves books and has literary aspirations generally tries for a post on a newspaper staff. He is duly warned by the veteransDaily journalism is no more the road to literature than a county attorneyship is the road to the English Woolsack. You will dissipate in small change the...
A few years after my Wanderjahr among the libraries which I have described it fell to my lot, as part of my duties as Lecturer in History at Jordanhill College, to undertake the work of introducing students to the fascinating task of exploring libraries and of employing books as instruments of...
IT will be remembered that at the revolution of 1917 innumerable collections of books, many of them brought together by wealthy members of the bourgeoisie, fell into the possession of the state. Leningrad district alone secured twentyfive million books, and other populous areas benefited...
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