The definitive source for readers looking to build a great library. This second edition, published in 1997, has annotations on over 40,000 titles.
With annotations on more than 40,000 of the best books in print, The Reader's Catalog is the definitive source for readers looking to build a great library. This second edition, published in 1997, is the work of writers, scholars, and critics who contributed their comments to this massive and authoritative reference.
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