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These notes on Sir Walter Scott by John Galt, here published for the first time, have been transcribed by Dr Hamilton B. Timothy, Associate Professor in the Department of Classical Studies and Galt Scholar at the University of Western Ontario, from a manuscript among the material given him by...
1972 saw the bicentenary of the only librarian to have been buried in Westminster Abbey. He lies close to Samuel Johnson in Poets' Corner, the words Translator of Dante on his tomb.
T. S. ELIOT often showed a preoccupation with childhood, and at times this preoccupation showed itself as a search for a lost Eden. In Burnt Norton the leaves are alive with the laughter of children
SEVERAL GENERATIONS OF LIBRARIANS throughout the world have become aware of the libraries of Toronto during the course of their early professional studies many British librarians, indeed, have gained firsthand knowledge through taking part in the internee scheme of Toronto Public Library. The...
FEW BOOKS have been so enthusiastically received in England as The Red Badge of Courage, Stephen Crane's novel of the American Civil War. In December 1895 it was welcomed unanimously by authors and critics alike, and caused a good deal of public excitement. The book arrived in England, in the...
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