|Bobst Library, NYU|
Photo: Library of Babel
Photo of the interior of New York University's Bobst Library - taken from a few floors up.
People say walking the upper floors of the Bobst Library — the main college library at New York University surrounding Washington Square Park — grants a feeling of vertigo. It's true. Also, I get a feeling I am inside the infinite library written about in Jorge Borges's short story "The Library of Babel".
Labels: books, Books & Literature, Borges, cataloging, graduate school, library science, new york, new york city, students
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