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Rare Books and the Rare Book Trade

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Exciting New Venture! Sydney Rare Book Auctions

An extraordinary collection of Norman Lindsay books assembled by the artist of the iconic Australian comic strip Ginger Meggs will feature in the first auction of Sydney Rare Books Auctions, a new auction house specializing in rare and fine books, photographs and memorabilia.
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Descartes Letter Found, Therefore It Is

The story of a spectacular robbery and its happy ending 170 years later is published in the New York Times, by Patricia Cohen
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The death of books has been greatly exaggerated (The Guardian)

"So I asked myself (somewhat desperately, positively naively): are things really that bad? What is the actual state of book publishing in Britain? Can writers really only look forward to a life of penury? Or should I stick my head in the sand, if only to deaden the sound of commissioning editors weeping into their lattes?" Lloyd Shepherd in The Guardian
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PODCAST: Fairytales in Australia - feat. ILAB bookseller Douglas Stewart

Earlier in the week, the Australian history radio programme, "The History Listen" spoke to Melbourne bookseller Douglas Stewart and the magic of Ida Rentoul Outhwaite's illustrations and paintings which brought fairies to life for generations of Australian children.
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Living With - And From - Books, Part 6

"All the three generations of Pregliasco have dedicated themselves with enthusiasm to the fate of ALAI: Lorenzo was one of the founders of what was then a Club in 1948; Arturo has been its President from 1970 to 1976, organizing a memorable World Congress in Venice in 1985 with Vittorio Soave, while Umberto was president from 2004 to 2010. The Anglo-Saxons use a very appropriate expression, "to serve as the President", and a typical Piedmontese attention for the association is always present within the family, with the seriousness and the commitment that it requires." Part 6 of the Pregliasco story.
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