FRIZZ AND FETISH AT THE N.Y.P.L.

New Yorker – “The main branch of the New York Public Library is, like New York City itself, a bizarre and Byzantine place, where curators might descend several levels below the street into the shadowy realm of the stacks in search of one thing and emerge again with something different altogether, like a lock of Mary Shelley’s hair, and then go digging around for several similar specimens to feature in a slide show.”

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