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Here are a few: Vol. I. Vol. II. Vol. III. Vol. IV. Fiske, “Old Virginia” 26 24 Spears, “History of the Navy” 44 39 36 36 Andrews, “Last Quarter Century” 8 8 Kennan, “Siberia” 15 13 In the case of the two-volume works the interest-sustaining power may not always be as great as would appear, because when the reader desires it, two volumes are given out as one; but the stamps on the dating-slips show that this fact counted for little in the present instances. I would not assume that the inferences in the present article are of any special value.
In thus wearing itself out the book is creating a public appreciation that makes itself felt in a demand for reprinting, hence worthy books are surer of perpetuation in this swirling current than they were in the old time reservoir. But besides these books whose literary life is continuous, though their paper and binding may wear out, there are other books that vanish utterly. By the time that the material part of them needs renewing, the book itself has done its work. Its value at that moment is not enough, or is not sufficiently appreciated, to warrant reprinting.
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A Librarian's Open Shelf by Arthur Elmore Bostwick