Hundred-Year Retroactive Book Award of 1913
Following a brief Annual Meeting, the Associates of the Boston Public Library will conduct a Hundred-Year Retroactive Book Award competition, weighing the enduring literary merits of bestsellers published in 1913. Contenders for the prize are Sigmund Freud's Totem and Taboo, which will be defended by Harvard professor Maria Tatar; Theodore Roosevelt: An Autobiography, which will be presented by TR’s great-grandson Tweed Roosevelt; and Scott's Last Expedition (e dited by Leonard Huxley) which will… Show more
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