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The Library Book - Chapters 22 through 24 Summary & Analysis

Susan Orlean
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Chapter 22. Book titles that begin this chapter: Human Information Retrieval; Food Safety Homemakers’ Attitudes and Practices; Prisoner of Trebekistan: A Decade in Jeopardy!; and A New Owner’s Guide to Maltese.

In this brief chapter, Orlean transcribes her visit to the information section of the library (InfoNow), where a squad of reference librarians answers questions ranging from the expiry dates of food to the care of dogs (i.e. Maltese) to the life status of various entertainment figures. The librarians discuss how likely they might be to participate on the knowledge-based game show “Jeopardy!”; the strangeness of some of the questions they receive; and how lonely some of the callers seem to be.

Chapter 23. Book titles that begin this chapter: Unionization: The Viewpoint of Librarians; Parking 1956: Inventory of Off Street Parking, Downtown Los Angeles; Richard Neutra: Mit Einem Essay von Dion Neutra, Erinnerungen...

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