Ex Cathedra literary magazine's founders are products of a private Catholic high school and the carefully constructed poetry and prose they accept mirrors the deliberate minimalism of the religious writings they encountered there.
The nondescript, government-funded Epiphany Library and its surrounding streets compose the five-block universe of Barnard Professor, Mary Gordon's protagonist Florence Melnick.
The New York Society Library fulfills every expectation one might have for an Upper East Side library. Hushed, exclusive, and rich in history and artifacts, it sits proudly in the center of the block (on 79th Street, between Madison and Park avenues).
In the midst of a hectic neighborhood made up of H&M, Pret-a-Manger, and corporate offices, stands the Humanities and Social Sciences Library, a serene haven for readers and perusers alike located on 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue.
Let’s be honest, Butler Library develops a peculiar smell in the weeks before finals—one that its grand architecture and palatial checkered floors do little to allay.
May 23, 11:57am
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