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The Way Books Used To Be Sold By Tim Waterstone

Posted at 8:13AM Tuesday 19 Jun 2012

Tim Waterstone shares his fond memories of where people used to buy books in New York in 1979—and how that led him to launch his eponymous bookstores in the U.K.

Ther Daily Beast

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