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It Came From the Bottom Shelf! Books Not to Overlook in the 900s

History! History! History!…and a little travel too!  The 900s in nonfiction are a must for the history buff and the travel enthusiast. Did I mention history? In this section there is a wide variety of books including dictionaries, encyclopedias, ancient civilization, …
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It Came From the Bottom Shelf! Three Books Not to Overlook in the 100s

I’m – how should I put this? – a philosophy nerd? A philosophy groupie? A philosophy fan? I teach philosophy, I’m married to a philosopher, and many of my dearest friends are philosophers. I have framed portraits of Ludwig Wittgenstein …
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It Came From the Bottom Shelf! Three Books Not to Overlook in the 500s

Having recently completed my degree (pause for graceful acknowledgement of congratulations), I am very excited to start learning things on my own, rather than for classes. To this end, I recently found myself exploring the 500s–the science section. Science books …
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