If a book falls off a shelf in Graduate Services and no one is around to see it, does it scream in pain and scuffle around the room in a panic? I say yes, providing the shelf is high enough and the book is not too damaged from the fall. Otherwise, it probably just lies there waiting to be picked up and returned to its place on the shelf, I suspect. Below are some books that came into Graduate Services this September that should be seen. Just to make sure they don’t fall off the shelf when no one’s around. Enjoy.
Bid Me To Live by H.D. edited by Caroline Zilboorg
A Farewell To Arms (The Hemingway Library Edition) by Ernest Hemingway
Rewriting The Renaissance: The Discourses Of Sexual DIfference In Early Modern Europe edited by Margaret W. Ferguson, Maureen Quilligan, and Nancy J. Vickers
Historical Knowledge, Historical Error: A Comtemporary Guide To Practice by Allan Megill with contributions by Steven Shepard and Phillip Honenberger
The Captive Mind by Czeslaw Milosz
Staging The People Volume 2: The Intellectual And His People by Jacques Ranciere
The Great Accelerator by Paul Virilio