A bookstore-free university neighborhood

4 thoughts on “A bookstore-free university neighborhood”

  1. There’s also Windows Booksellers at 8th and Charnelton. They’re in the basement, so not as visible as when they were on Broadway, but still a great place to browse.

  2. As you may have experienced at Chicago, Regenstein Library is also an excellent place to randomly browse and find old books and publications. I found a 19th century edition of an 18th century picaresque novel, and local newspapers that the interned Japanese Americans had published in the camps during WW II.

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