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THE NEW REFORMATION SOCIETY, founded apparently at the end of 1860, finds no place in Greenwood's Free Public Libraries 1886, and from its title appears to deserve no such place. But Greenwood was an Englishman and a Liberal, and the Society owes both its character and its relevance to libraries...
THE WHITEHAVEN PUBLIC LIBRARY, in common with most municipal public libraries, has built up over the years a fairly comprehensive collection of books and pamphlets on the history of the community and surrounding area which answer most local queries, but in addition there are notebooks and letter...
To come across references to my earlier reviews in some of the annual reports for 19712 is sufficient indication that these articles are noticed by colleagues and encourages me to develop the series.
ONCE when Theodor Fontane, the celebrated nineteenthcentury German poet, was invited by his friend Wilhelm Wolfsohn to write an article about English women, the poet replied that he knew no more about English womenfolk than he knew about Patagonians, that they were large, or about Caribbeans,...
BOTH BRADBURY AND ASIMOV write science fiction. That statement is like saying that both the Financial Times and the News of the World are newspapers they are worlds apart. However, the contrast between the two may give some idea of the range in ideas, attitudes and approach to their subject.
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