Julian Barnes, Susan Hill, Karin Slaughter, "Libraries are the back bone of our educational infrastructure, and they are being slowly broken by bankrupt, local governments and apathetic politicians"
Seth Gadin: After Gutenberg, books got a lot cheaper. More individuals built their own collections. At the same time, though, the number of titles exploded, and the demand for libraries did as well. We definitely need a warehouse to store all this bounty, and more than ever we needed a librarian to help us find what we needed. <\i>The library is a house for the librarian<i\>...Continua