Every evening--as Peter had long absented himself from his former lounging-places, at insurance offices, news-rooms, and bookstores
, and as the honor of his company was seldom requested in private circles--he and Tabitha used to sit down sociably by the kitchen hearth.
In the office of the doctor there was a woman, the wife of the man who kept the bookstore
in Wines- burg.
On the way back to the office, Daylight dropped into a bookstore
and bought a grammar; and for a solid hour, his feet up on the desk, he toiled through its pages.
During a recent visit to the San Francisco Bay area, I was saddened to see that spaces that once housed vibrant feminist bookstores
were now inhabited by luxury latte lounges and trendy yoga studios.
As physical bookstores
close down in the US and UK, they continue to open across the wealthier neighborhoods in Cairo, as well as incommunities on the Red Sea and the Mediterranean.
More than 500 independent bookstores
have closed in Britain since 2005
that are on campus are threatened by external competition.
John Mandel says, "Things happen in independent bookstores
that don't happen in the other places where we buy books.
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The GPO's creative services department handled the renovation, drawing inspiration from commercial bookstores
The award of a retail concession contract for five new "Barbara's Bookstores
at O'Hare" has been approved by the City of Chicago to a joint venture called Barbara's Bookstore
Within walking distance of (the national office), we have seen several small bookstores
close in the past few years.