Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Finding a book

So after studying for psych 454 for a good 5 hours I realized I had an English assignment. It was 2 in the morning and I was ready to just go home and sleep for a good 4 hours, but no, I had to find some stupid book. So, sitting in College Library, I did some searches for a book related to a topic and found something looking interesting and walked over to Memorial Library to get it. Let me state one thing right away: Memorial Library's stacks are really weird at 2:30am. There was another girl there who was trying to avoid me as much as I was trying to avoid her. Long story short - I couldn't find the book. It just wasn't where it was supposed to be. PN6153 B6713 1997. Checked and double checked, just not there. I didn't want to go find somebody to help me, because it was getting REALLY late by this point, and I just didn't want to deal with it, and I know some poor librarian didn't want to deal with it. I did, however, find the book later on in the night on google books, so I can actually write something down in this blog.

Breton, AndrĂ©, and Mark Polizzotti. Anthology of Black Humor. San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1997. Print.

Oh, yeah. Otto, I'm changing my topic. Not sure yet, just exploring some options. I'll email you some definite by the end of today.

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