Inside Autumn 2019
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No Room of Her Own
As George Eliot's bicentenary approaches, fans and critics consider how—and where—to bolster the literary legacy of one of Britain's greatest novelists
By A. N. Devers
Auction Guide
A preview of the upcoming auction season
Gently Mad
Rarities in High Res
Catching up with E. M. Ginger
Digest
NYC's New Poster House
Postcards from the Russian Revolution
Record-Breaker
Summa Cum Laude
A stunning sum for a math book
In View
Louisiana Gothic
Clarence John Laughlin's visions of antebellum decay
Beyond the Basics
Bargains in Bibliography
Reference books for lower-than-list prices
Fine Maps
The Dividing Line
When Portugal and Spain split the globe
Excerpt
Cabinets of Curiosities
Ulisse Aldrovandi's attempt to catalogue the natural world
Sold@Auction
From Tintin to Nietzsche
A roundup of first editions, manuscripts, maps, and fine art
On the Block
Books on the High Seas
An admirable collection of maritime atlases
How I Got Started
Rockets & Spaceflight
Collector Michael Ciancone
Earlier this year, we invited hundreds of antiquarian and rare book dealers to tell us about a…
How Horror Authors Bewitched Collectors
The former curator of David Copperfield’s library discusses the enchanting combination of books and…