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We all seem to be a good deal worried about what to do with our poets. How are they to earn a living Is poetry a wholetime job And, on an all together higher level, what ought to be their environment and what influences should be allowed to play upon them
The Public Library was a grim, unattractivelooking building. Smokeblackened and austere, it stood at the junction of two busy thoroughfares, with no outward manifestation of its identity apart from the almost obscured and somehow distasteful words Free Library, carved in stone over its portals....
The purpose of the present article is to ask questions, rather than to answer them. The recent discussions in the University and Research Section of the Library Association have brought the question of professional qualifications for university librarians once more to the fore but they have...
I don't claim to know anything about art, said Mr. Cox, putting his tankard down with some asperity and gazing askance at his outspread Lilliput but I think these are a bit off. This crushing judgement referred to two nudesreproductions of works by celebrated artists. A bit off was, of course, a...
A correspondent writesThe interesting first stave of the Clyde River Anthology in the Library Review reminds one that there are several librarian bards and, occasionally, the library itself has been a subject for the poet. This is natural enough association with books begets books and, in prose,...
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