Question for August 30, 2017
What actor, famous for playing the role of Aragorn in the film versions of J.R.R. Tolkien‘s The Lord of the Rings , is also a poet?
Find the answer via the Library’s Columbia Granger’s World of Poetry database. Click here to access the Library’s databases page – Choose Literature & Poetry – Choose Columbia Granger’s
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“During the day, the library is a realm of order …. the library at night seems to rejoice in the world’s essential, joyful muddle.”― Alberto Manguel, The Library at Night
Join the muddle during the Library’s evening and weekend (Sunday) hours.
Need a place to work with a group or work solo (with a little noise)?
- Head to the Library Commons area or our group study rooms
Need a quiet place to study?
Need to use a computer or print something?
- Use our public access PCs or lab (open lab for BSC students: 5-8:45 p.m., Monday-Thursday; free printing in lab)
Bad Poetry Day is a day to create some bad verse. Why in the world would you want to do that?
Thomas & Ruth Roy, the creators of this so-called holiday, say: “After all the “good” poetry you were forced to study in school, here’s a chance for a pay back. Invite some friends over, compose some really rotten verse, and send it to your old high school teacher.”
Even though it’s bad poetry day, you can still find plenty of good poetry at the Library and also do some research about poetry here
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Happy Book Lovers Day!
Before you settle in with your favorite tome, read up on the history of books here