sábado, 26 de maio de 2012

A LER DEVAGAR no NY Times

«(...) Myfriend wants to show me a bookstore: a waste of time, I figure, given that most of the books aren’t in a language I read. But this store, Ler Devagar, doesn’t look like any other. It’s in an enormous, multistoried space once devoted to a printing press that’s still there. A series of staircases andramps and catwalks have been created to lead you to and through shelves and more shelves of titles popular and obscure. It’s a library cum Escher print, with a few bars tucked in. A browser needs coffee, and maybe even some wine. (...)»

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