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AN INTERESTING CHOICE for reissue this autumn in Anthony Blond's Doughty Library of novels by Victorian and Edwardian authors is Leonard Merrick's The Position of Peggy Harper interesting because Peggy Harper has always been deservedly a favourite of Leonard Merrick's admirers, and these have...
JAMES E. SKIPPER, Associate Librarian of Princeton University, provided an introductory statement on the Shared Cataloging Program, which is surely the greatest and most speedily implemented development in librarianship this century. The conference studied the international implications of this...
NO MAN OF LETTERS has ever more closely identified himself with his country's historical lore and traditions than Sir Walter Scott as poet and novelist his place in Scottish literature is secure. Abbotsford, the house he transformed into a replica of a medieval Scottish baronial castle, all...
IN THE COURSE of a quarter of a century of varied literary activities and very diverse geographical wanderings I have read, dozed, and written articles within the hospitable walls of public libraries in many different parts of Great Britain. Thus I can remember, some ten years ago, so writing in...
NUMEROUS ATTEMPTS have been made to establish a universal language. In fact, over two hundred schemes have been drawn up, but none of these artificial syntheses is in sight of becoming a world tongue and the chances of this ever happening are extremely remote.
THE HISTORY OF LIBRARIES AND LIBRARIANSHIP has been given both too little and too much attention. That there is a great deal of indifference on the part of many librarians concerning their past, or their original raison d'tre, is obvious from the style of many of the articles written in defence...
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