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IT IS WITH DEEP REGRET that we record the death on Friday, 4 February 1966, of Dr Ernest A. Savage, Principal Librarian of Edinburgh Public Libraries from 1922 to 1942, President of the Scottish Library Association from 1929 to 1931, and President of the Library Association in 1936.
The characteristics of the socalled Kailyard school of Scottish novelists are similar to what may be found in Catherine Sinclair, Norman Macleod and the short stories of Mrs Cupples close observation of persons and traditions in a wellknown, confined locality, a good deal of humour and a good...
This paper does not claim to be original. Many sources and opinions have been used. The aim is to stimulate thought and discussion. Stock editing cannot be divorced from stock provision and indeed stock exploitation and is in a sense synonymous with it. The result is the briefest survey of...
FEBRUARY OF THIS YEAR sees the fortyfifth anniversary of the founding of the Bermondsey Bookshop, that quixotic venture whose extraordinary blend of the sophisticated and the naive, the complacent and the committed, epitomized in its nineyear history a good many of the prevailing literary and...
THIS DOES NOT PURPORT TO BE an apologia for the old guardbook style namecatalogue, but, forgetting mere canons of streamlined efficiency, let us admit that there is some character, some romantic appeal about it that a card catalogue cannot rival. Cards just haven't got personality or colour they...
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