A history of libraries in the Western World

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Scarecrow Press, 1965 - Libraries - 418 pages
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User Review  - eas311 - LibraryThing

I like libraries. I like history. So there's really no reason this book should have put me to sleep so often. :( It's not all boring though, and it particularly gets better in the second half when it moves onto modern library history. Read full review

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This book was assigned for one of my classes, and I enjoyed it thoroughly. Read full review

Contents

The Origin of Libraries
7
Babylonian and Assyrian Libraries
21
Egyptian Libraries
32
Copyright

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