Category Archives: libraries

  1. Mini-circuses, Mini-tomes, and Mini-libraries

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    April 2, 2020 by libroshombre

    Playwright Chu-Win observed that “Life is perhaps most wisely regarded as a bad dream between two awakenings, and every day …
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  2. Tea, Twain, and Tomes

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    March 30, 2020 by libroshombre

    One’s personal collection of books, or lack thereof, is often interesting, hence my curiosity about other people’s libraries.  Perhaps a …
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  3. Gilgamesh, Co-op Fees, and Comfy Libraries

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    November 19, 2019 by libroshombre

    Ancient epic literature appeals most when it reveals how people long ago lived their daily lives and how they thought. …
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  4. Dirt, Silence, and Bibliomania

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    August 28, 2019 by libroshombre

    When considering the crucial role played by libraries in promoting societal well-being and the years of cuts – financial, staffing, …
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  5. Recalling Tyranny, Treachery, and Recalling

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    July 12, 2019 by libroshombre

    Just like King John back in merry old England, our state’s ruler, King Mike, doesn’t govern, he simply rules, regardless …
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  6. Knut, Nuts, and Mike Tyson

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    June 1, 2019 by libroshombre

    Sometimes it’s easy to identify with Robert Frost, who once said, “I’m not confused, I’m just well-mixed.” Mixed nuts are …
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  7. Bibliolaters, Bibliophiles, and Booksellers

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    May 13, 2019 by libroshombre

    Here’s a story about a pricelessly unique 16th century book that’s just been rediscovered that describes 15,000 other books. Last …
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