Because most philosophies that frown on reproduction don't survive.

Wednesday, September 05, 2007


Catholic Bibliophagist writes about removing duplicates from her library, and the ones she can't bear to part with.

When re-organizing the books this weekend (after finally finishing the bookshelf project) we weeded out a dozen or so duplicates to go down to Half Price Books for credit. But these were just modern paperbacks we'd had to buy in college (and the copy of Emile that we decided we would never read again, even if it wasn't a duplicate.)

1 comment:

Kate said...

My husband actually suggested the name "Emile" for this baby. I poo-poohed that pretty quickly. I've read the book, he hasn't. ;-)