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MODERN novels are not as profuse as Victorian ones in the description of libraries in the home. In the last century a library, or at least a study well lined with books, was a necessary proof of the social standing of the hero, but not always of his education. This is not so noticeable in...
THE wartime newspaper, despite its attenuated form, eagerly devotes a large proportion of its limited space to photographic reproductions in the knowledge that where the average reader is concerned a picture will portray an event more graphically than any column of descriptive writing. This is...
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