Fire and Hemlock story (was Re: Introduction)

Tony Fox tonyfox at beeb.net
Sun May 7 16:10:05 EDT 2000


>the library was a huge beautiful old stone building with great vaulted
> ceilings on the first floor and a towerlike area that was reached by
> climbing up a set of creaky wooden spiral stairs covered in thick red
> carpet

I fell in love with the library in the film "Matilda" at first sight and
would go a long way to spend the day curled up in one of the big armchairs
and read my way through the stock

I've never seen a British library like it although the chairs between the
stacks in Borders aren't bad -a bit noisy though!

Chris



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>the library was a huge beautiful old stone building with great vaulted
> ceilings on the first floor and a towerlike area that was reached by
> climbing up a set of creaky wooden spiral stairs covered in thick red
> carpet

I fell in love with the library in the film "Matilda" at first sight and
would go a long way to spend the day curled up in one of the big armchairs
and read my way through the stock

I've never seen a British library like it although the chairs between the
stacks in Borders aren't bad -a bit noisy though!

Chris



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