Mirror of the World: Books and Ideas

The State Library of Victoria has launched a new exhibition of works from their collections titled Mirror of the World: Books and Ideas. Their website describes it as follows: "This magnificent new exhibition showcases many of the rare, beautiful and historically significant books held in the Library's collections. It celebrates books as keepers of ideas, knowledge and the imagination, and provides a window into the history of book production and illustration from the Middle Ages to the present." The exhibition is open from 9th December, 10am-5pm daily, and admission is free. Jane Sullivan, in "The Age", writes of what she found there.

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