On the policy of recycling a file a day, which I do not always remember to follow, today I am recycling a photocopy of several chapters of Linda Hutcheon’s A Poetics of Postmodernism (Routledge, 1988). It is an intelligent book that I would like to read again — as a book, however, not as a photocopy. I see I have read it all. There is so much in it that I marked, and that is smart. I am tempted to replace the photocopy by buying the book forthwith.
We have it in the library. I am not used to our library having books.