Uncensored Thoughts: Pot Shots from a Public Librarian

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McFarland, 1994 - Reference - 171 pages
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GARBAGE! That's right, garbage. Specifically, New Jersey's garbage. And how does this relate to librarianship? In his inimitable style, Will Manley tells you this and more in his latest McFarland tome. But don't think it's all garbage. Manley gives you the Manley Maxims, flies by the seat of his pants, looks at the state of library education, remembers the jitters of the ALA placement center, questions why Library Journal abstained from Sex, sifts through the shifting sands of historical revision regarding Christopher Columbus, and recites his favorite bedtime fables and their morals.

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The ubiquitous and prolific Manley is back with a new collection of his humorous scribblings.-WW Read full review


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