The Library at Night
Ranging from the doomed library of Alexandria to the personal libraries of Charles Dickens, Aby Warburg and Count Dracula, this personal and deliberately unsystematic book defines the critical role that libraries have and must continue to play in our civilization as deep repositories of our memory and experience.

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The Library at Night The Library at Night  

Toronto, 2006
Alfred A. Knopf
373 p., illustr.

Toronto, 2007
Vintage Books Canada
373 p., illustr.          

New Haven, 2008
Yale University Press
384 p., b&w illustr.