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BRITAIN'S attitude to books has undergone a spectacular change during the war. There has been an unprecedented increase in the demand for books. The annual turnover of the publishing trade has, despite paper rationing and labour restrictions, increased twofold since 1937. Books like Trevelyan's...
WHY did I ever become a County Librarian, and in Barsetshire of all places, when I might have been a ronddecuir sitting on something nice and cushy in the Civil Service Oh, well, it's too late to think of that now. Too late.
IN Moscow, this summer, whenever the weather was fine, the benches in the parks and public gardens were occupied often by readersyouths and girls and a good many school children.
It will be remembered that in 19367 a survey of libraries abroad was made on the basis of funds provided by the Rockefeller Foundation, and in that connexion Mr. H. M. Cashmore visited Russia. Since then Moscow, like many of our British cities, has been badly plastered in the course of the war,...
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