Can One EVER Have Too Many Books?

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In my opinion, No. In my husband’s opinion, Yes.

And even Mrs. Morland in Northanger Abbey questions, “I wonder if it can be good for her, my dear, to read quite so many novels?”

So my bookshelves are overflowing and I can’t seem to stop buying new ones. Every book has the potential to be a great one.

Is this you, too?

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Can One EVER Have Too Many Books? — 20 Comments

  1. Yeah, that’s me. Or would be me. I really need to go on a book-shopping spree soon… 😉

    P.s. love the cartoon. 😀

  2. Its all about perspective, you don’t have too many books, you simply don’t have enough bookshelves! My fiancee and I are in the exact same situation, and if you ask me getting rid of books should be an offence!

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