Books written in letters #library display

Spring is crazy in our library, so I’ve gotten a few weeks behind on posting about our recent displays.  A few weeks ago we featured fiction written in letters and epistolary novels. I learned that epistolary novels are told in letters, telegrams, newspaper stories, etc.  Dracula is actually told this way.  I’ve loved Regarding the Fountain by Kate Klise for years; it would be considered epistolary since it includes memos, postcards, articles, etc to tell the story.IMG_2208

We also put up a display of some of the more interesting books of non-fiction letters that are in our collection.IMG_2209

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