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Nicholas Basbanes explores the culture of book lovers, librarians, and collectors in his new work. The title comes from the names of the famous stone lions found at the entrance to New York City’s public library.
- Nicholas Basbanes author, investigative reporter, syndicated columnist, literary editor and freelance writer
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