"Mary Cassatt at the Louvre", c. 1880, by Edgar Degas (French, 1834-1917)
This morning, I read some more of Give and Take on the way to work. I also checked the displays when I came in and the Facebook and Twitter for the library.
I spent a little more time weeding in the 900s. I also did a little bit of updating in Bookletters.
I read the last issue of Booklist. There is a review for the book, Double Double: A Dual Memoir of Alcoholism by Martha Grimes and Ken Grimes. It is about alcoholism and writing. Martha Grimes is a superb mystery writer. I am considering reading this.
Kirkus Reviews BEA 2013
The book as a container and an object.
In Defense of the Book as a Container
What Books Mean as Objects
Who Really Owns the Library of Congress?