Imagine receiving a letter from a remote island. Imagine the journey it has ventured to reach the shores of here and now.
Imagine traveling around the world in thirty seconds, while looking at thirty books – each in a different language. That’s one book per second.
A few years ago, UNESCO marked every third Thursday of November as World Philosophy Day. And so it is, but what is philosophy?
The postage stamp may fit in the palm of the hand, but the information it may visually convey may extend far and wide, as it is the case with S
When in the second half of the last century Isaac Bashevich Singer was awarded a Noble Prize for Literature, he r
“For a human character to reveal truly exceptional qualities, one must have the good fortune to be able to observe its performance over many
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The winds of March with beauty...
O, these I lack,
How can we explore Los Angeles Public Library’s vast collection through the writings of a single author?