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THE literary gift is not one that should be buried in a napkin and hidden in the back garden. It should be farmed out in some remunerative way.
THIS symposium was arranged far in advance of the Special General Meeting of the Library Association held on 21st June, but it will be agreed that the opinions expressed in the symposium are as varied, as critical, and as constructive as those made by the many speakers at the Special General...
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