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intimate thoughts of John Baxter, bookseller
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The Intimate Thoughts of John Baxter, Bookseller: Augustus Muir: Books - or: Augustus Muir. Confessions of a Bookseller has the same structure – short entries for each day of a year in Bythell’s life. Each month opens with a quote – in this volume from The Intimate Thoughts of John Baxter, Bookseller by Augustus Muir – followed by some personal thoughts on various aspects of books and bookselling.
Confessions of a bookseller This is the second volume about Shaun Bythell's life as a second-hand bookseller in Wigtown, Scotland. At the commencement of each chapter is a quote from Augustus Muir's book, The intimate thoughts of John Baxter, bookseller. I particularly enjoyed Bythell’s interesting and amusing asides about some of the books (and their authors) that he put up for sale, his opinions on his current read, and his extracts from, and commentary on, Augustus Muir’s The Intimate Thoughts of John Baxter, Bookseller () which preface each month’s diary entries.
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The Intimate Thoughts of John Baxter, Bookseller, is also fiction in diary format and a very, very entertaining book. I’m not sure I’ve ever read a diary that wasn’t a work of fiction. I suppose what I like about diaries is that they are about the most linear form of timeline that it’s possible to have in a book.
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Confessions of a Bookseller has the same structure – short entries for each day of a year in Bythell’s life. Each month opens with a quote – in this volume from The Intimate Thoughts of John Baxter, Bookseller by Augustus Muir – followed by some personal thoughts on various aspects of books and bookselling.
Bythell muses on: the habits. A fine copy in original paperback. (NEW BOOK) A sort of bookseller's memoir presented in a series of letters, written over a quarter of a century, in David Batterham's wonderful idiosyncratic style about the trials, tribulations and joys of bookselling; and eating and drinking.
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