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❰Reading❯ ➼ The Library A Catalogue of Wonders Author Stuart Kells – It-ural.pro Almost like poetry a rich ode to all things books and everything we love about them The enjoyment and engagement is so palpable you can almost taste it and Kells proves to be the perfect guide throughAlmost like poetry a rich ode to all things books and everything we love about them The enjoyment and engagement is so palpable you can almost taste it and Kells proves to be the perfect guide through the subject matter and history AU Review Libraries are filled with magic From the Bodleian the Folger and the Smithsonian to the fabled libraries of middle earth Umberto Ecos mediaeval library labyrinth and libraries dreamed up by John Donne Jorge Luis Borges and Carlos Ruiz Zafn Stuart Kells explores the bookish places real and fictitious that continue to capture our imaginationsThe Library A Catalogue of Wonders is a fascinating and engaging exploration of libraries as places of beauty and wonder Its a celebration of books as objects and an account of the deeply personal nature of these hallowed spaces by one of Australias leading bibliophiles Stuart Kells is an author and book trade historian His 2015 book Penguin and the Lane Brothers won the Ashurst Business Literature Prize An authority on rare books he has written and published on many aspects of print culture and the book world Stuart lives in Melbourne with his family He is writing a book about Shakespeares libraryIf you think you know what a library is this marvellously idiosyncratic book will make you think again After visiting hundreds of libraries around the world and in the realm of imagination bibliophile and rare book collector Stuart Kells has compiled an enchanting compendium of well told tales and musings both on the physical and metaphysical dimensions of these multi storied places AgeOn a vivid tour of the worlds great libraries both real and imagined Kells is a magnificent guide to the abundant treasures he sets out Mathilda Imlah Australian Book Review 2017 Publisher PicksThe Library charts the transition between formats such as papyrus scrolls parchment codices moveable type and ebooks There are many whimsical detours along the way and Kells even devotes a chapter to fantasy librariesKells translates his stunning depth of research into breezy digestibility Big IssueThe Library is a treasure trove and reaching the last page simply prompts an impassioned cry forof the same Otago Daily Times Rich with gossipy tales of the inspired crazy brilliant and terrible people who have founded or encountered libraries through historyKellss reflections are wonderfully romantic wryly funnyTheres no doubt we can all learn a lot from the magnificently obsessive and elouent Kells AustralianWith The Library Stuart Kells has written a deft and involving book that manages to balance the erudite with the accessibleThere is in any given chapter a dozen odd details or compelling stories a reader can only hope to memorise with an eye towards future use perfectly timed and skilfully deployed naturally MonthlyThere is so much to learn and enjoy in this book with the impressive amount of research never weighing down the accessible writingKells makes an elegant plea for the future libraryone that will resonate with most book lovers Good ReadingA sprightly cabinet of bookish curiosities Jane Sullivan Sydney Morning Herald Kells proves a generous guide taking us on a whirlwind tour through several thousand years of book history Australian Book ReviewThe Library abounds in fascinating tales of lost codices and found manuscripts and the sometimes unscrupulous schemes by which people have conspired to obtain or amass valuable volumes New York Times.

Almost like poetry a rich ode to all things books and everything we love about them The enjoyment and engagement is so palpable you can almost taste it and Kells proves to be the perfect guide through the subject matter and history AU Review Libraries are filled with magic From the Bodleian the Folger and the Smithsonian to the fabled libraries of middle earth Umberto Ecos mediaeval library labyrinth and libraries dreamed up by John Donne Jorge Luis Borges and Carlos Ruiz Zafn Stuart Kells explores the bookish places real and fictitious that continue to capture our imaginationsThe Library A Catalogue of Wonders is a fascinating and engaging exploration of libraries as places of beauty and wonder Its a celebration of books as objects and an account of the deeply personal nature of these hallowed spaces by one of Australias leading bibliophiles Stuart Kells is an author and book trade historian His 2015 book Penguin and the Lane Brotherswon the Ashurst Business Literature Prize An authority on rare books he has written and published on many aspects of print culture and the book world Stuart lives in Melbourne with his family He is writing a book about Shakespeares libraryIf you think you know what a library is this marvellously idiosyncratic book will make you think again After visiting hundreds of libraries around the world and in the realm of imagination bibliophile and rare book collector Stuart Kells has compiled an enchanting compendium of well told tales and musings both on the physical and metaphysical dimensions of these multi storied places AgeOn a vivid tour of the worlds great libraries both real and imagined Kells is a magnificent guide to the abundant treasures he sets out Mathilda Imlah Australian Book Review 2017 Publisher Picks The Library charts the transition between formats such as papyrus scrolls parchment codices moveable type and ebooks There are many whimsical detours along the way and Kells even devotes a chapter to fantasy librariesKells translates his stunning depth of research into breezy digestibility Big Issue The Library is a treasure trove and reaching the last page simply prompts an impassioned cry forof the same Otago Daily Times Rich with gossipy tales of the inspired crazy brilliant and terrible people who have founded or encountered libraries through historyKellss reflections are wonderfully romantic wryly funnyTheres no doubt we can all learn a lot from the magnificently obsessive and elouent Kells AustralianWith The Library Stuart Kells has written a deft and involving book that manages to balance the erudite with the accessibleThere is in any given chapter a dozen odd details or compelling stories a reader can only hope to memorise with an eye towards future use perfectly timed and skilfully deployed naturally MonthlyThere is so much to learn and enjoy in this book with the impressive amount of research never weighing down the accessible writingKells makes an elegant plea for the future libraryone that will resonate with most book lovers Good ReadingA sprightly cabinet of bookish curiosities Jane Sullivan Sydney Morning Herald Kells proves a generous guide taking us on a whirlwind tour through several thousand years of book history Australian Book ReviewThe Library abounds in fascinating tales of lost codices and found manuscripts and the sometimes unscrupulous schemes by which people have conspired to obtain or amass valuable volumes New York Time.

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