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Harry Cory Wright – The Library of Trinity College Dublin | Review

Title: The Library of Trinity College Dublin

Author: Harry Cory Wright

Type: Non-Fiction

Page Count/Review Word Count: 176

Rating: 4/5

 

Harry Cory Wright - The Library of Trinity College Dublin

Harry Cory Wright – The Library of Trinity College Dublin

 

Disclaimer: While I aim to be unbiased, I received a copy of this for free to review.

This little book is lovely, the perfect addition to any book-lover’s collection. Consisting of a short introduction to the library itself and then a selection of photographs, it’s essentially a celebration of Ireland’s largest library.

Of course, the library at Trinity College Dublin is also one of the most recognisable libraries in the world with hundreds of years of history. When you combine that with the talents of photographer Harry Cory Wright, you’ve got yourself a book that might not be full of information but which you can be damn sure is full of great photos of old books and the library that they live in.

I’ve never had the privilege of actually visiting the library, but I’d like to. In the meantime, this made for a pretty good consolation prize.

 

Harry Cory Wright

Harry Cory Wright

 

Click here to buy The Library of Trinity College Dublin.

 

 
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