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Main Stacks Jan 19
: Save money on textbooks by using course reserves! 🤑📚💰 Find out how below!
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Univ. of Illinois Jan 19
Check out what campus looked like 100+ years ago with 's Mapping History Project.
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University Library Jan 19
The first aquarium in Illinois opened in 1893!
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Library of Congress Jan 19
Today in History: seminal American author Edgar Allan Poe born, 1809
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University Library Jan 18
Replying to @NovelIdea0 @penguinusa
The Tenant of Wildfeld Hall by Ann Bronte, Villette by Charlotte Bronte, Evalina by Fanny Burney, A Room with a View by E.M. Forester, and anything by Ann Radcliffe
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University Library Jan 18
Replying to @bryantlibrary
A Discovery of Witches, Howl's Moving Castle, or The Abarat
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University Library Jan 18
Replying to @bibookishbabe
Richard Siken is a great poet! Anne Carson is great, especially her translation of Sappho! Eduardo C Corral, Ariana Reines, Stacey Waite, and Eileen Myles are all great poets! For short fiction, you may enjoy Garth Greenwell! Wayne Koestenbaum writes poetry and nonfiction!
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University Library Jan 18
Have you tried A Discovery of Witches? Also Uprooted by Naomi Novik!
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University Library Jan 18
Replying to @Queen_Columbo
Feral Youth by Shaun David Hutchinson, One of Us is Lying by Karen M McManus, White is for Witching by Helen Oyeyemi, and We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson
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University Library Jan 18
Replying to @thebookhunterr
The Hex Hall series by Rachel Hawkins, anything by Holly Black, Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor, and the His Fair Assassin series by Robin LaFevers, and the Graceling series by Kristin Cashore
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University Library Jan 18
Replying to @ndgrad95
We would suggest Feral Youth by Shaun David Hutchinson and The View from Saturday by E.L. Konigsburg
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University Library Jan 18
Replying to @abookisatardis
We loved Libba Bray's Before the Devil Breaks You, and we're looking forward to Stephanie Garber's Legendary, Brugja Born by Zoraida Cordova, and The Monster Baru Cormorant by Seth Dickinson, which are all sequels.
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University Library Jan 18
Replying to @liliana_mdo
Sarah Waters' books are not always romance, but are romance driven, and always feel very fresh! You may also like Darker Shade of Magic, which is fantasy that's very romance driven and feels very unique!
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University Library Jan 18
Replying to @plousclues
We always love to recommend Death Comes to Pemberley and Karen Russell's Swamplandia! Recently we've been really in to The Family Romanov and H is for Hawk! You may also enjoy Geek Love!
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University Library Jan 18
Need some info fast? Tweet at us Thursdays from 1-2pm Central with the hashtag !
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University Library Jan 18
You can look for Illinois theses with these simple tips: ! Great job Illinois!
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University Library Jan 17
“There is nothing more truly artistic than to love people.” ― Vincent van Gogh
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University Library Jan 17
Brr! Looks like another cold day! Come keep warm in our libraries! You can find our hours here:
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U. Illinois Archives Jan 16
Students returned to a snow-covered campus for the start of spring semester classes today! The Main Quad in winter, circa 1960.
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University Library Jan 16
It’s the start of Savvy Researcher Workshops! Check out what tips, tricks, and tech you can learn:
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