Woman battles serious book dependency problem ...
It's a shame that our libraries, don't even come close to such ones (and possibly will never be by how things are going).
I'm sure our libraries' roofs are much prettier than any of those other libraries featured.
anonymous - true. but then i don't think i've evr set foot inside a library as impressive as those in the picturessympozium - very true!
wah!The pic of the British Library just doesn't seem to do it justice, but only because there are no people in it... I can't decide which is better.Isn't the Rio Library just mad? Imagine sitting at one of those desks and stare at at... a 50-foot wall of books!and the STIFTSBIBLIOTHEK ST. GALLEN! and I so regret not going to the Trinity College Library when I had the chance....must get this book!*pray, excuse the raving~!
Trent Building Law Library at Nott Uni used to be my haunt. If you were early enough you could bag the large table in the gallery overlooking university lake - see http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/about/campuses/university_park.php?var=1&facility=trent. And you got to sit right next to the radiator, in the warm morning sun (those rare days) and watch your Kit Kat bar melt. Oh yes, and there were beautiful old shelves with law journals, and plaster heads of old law professors.Unfortunately the Law Dept has since moved to a new building. I wish I'd taken pictures of the old library. Gone is the character. Side Topic: I can't find Quill in Times or regular newsagents. Is it only in MPH? I rarely go to MPH.
Why's she named after a yeast infection ?
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