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LIBRARIANSHIP has its own laws of supply and demand and we cannot afford to ignore them. Firstly, granted adequate publicity, libraries will, in the long run, attract those for whom they cater. Secondly, those for whom they do not cater will stay away. How obvious they sound Yet it is certain...
ACCORDING to the bestinformed, there is coming a time when we will all quite literally outsoar the shadow of our night, to descend, each of us, as a spent rocketOut, out, brief candlein an adjacent parish. Yet the human spirit is tough enough to plan its own perfections, even in face of the...
COMMERCIALISM is easy to abuse, hard to define. It may be called carrying commercial practice too far, but the question then arises How far may one carry it Also the doubt suggests itself Can all articles sold and bought be lumped together as subjects for the application of purely commercial...
I SAW him only onceand that was in Edinburgh, thirtyseven years ago. He had just arrived as I heard later from one who knew him, and to whom I announced with youthful joy my glimpse of him from St. Andrews, had been examining the bookshops, bookdips, in the neighbourhood of the University and,...
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