Reblogged from Paperback Fool: Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress by Dai Sijie Date finished: April 8 Genre: Fiction Year: 2000 Project: n/a Reading List: Spring 2013, Grade: B+ Thoughts upon finishing: Being a booknerd and former English major,...
In Europe's Unfinished Currency: The Political Economics of the Euro, Thomas Mayer, a senior fellow at the Center for Financial Studies at Goethe University Frankfurt and a senior adviser to Deutsche Bank, argues that ...
Reblogged from Shanna Hatfield: It's entirely possible I spend too much time with my head buried under a rock, but I just recently became aware of the Library of Congress Mandatory Deposit for all print materials.
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