The London Library
The London Library is one of the world's largest independent lending libraries and the UK's leading literary institution. Founded in 1841 by Thomas Carlyle, The London Library houses over one million books on 15 miles of open access shelves, available for members to browse and borrow. With over 2000 subjects in over 50 languages, it's a literary oasis in the heart of the capital.
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