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I don’t think any HBO original series has aged quite as well as The Wire . Just thinking out loud here…Four years after the finale, universities across the country, Ivy League universities, are updating their course catalogues with classes dedicated to using The Wire as a teaching tool. Be it Journalism, Sociology, Theatre, even American Studies; social sciences across the board are parsing facets of the series to use as a vehicle of study.
My memory is perfect. Except for all of the times when it’s not. (Which is, truth be told, pretty much all of the time.)
Despite this (or maybe because of it – I don’t remember), I tend to enjoy novels in which memory plays a thematic role… novels where characters either remember events differently, and it complicates the plot, or memories haunt characters, and it complicates the plot.
Yes, we have a database specifically for small engine repair that covers lawn mowers and trimmers, as well as other machines like ATVs, boat motors, tractors, motorcycles and more. Go to our Research & Learn tab, click on the alphabetical list, and look for Small Engine Repair. Select the type of machine you have and look for its make and model.
Are you ever at a loss for what to read next? The library has a service to help you! Your Next Great Read is an online, form-based readers’ advisory service designed for adult library card holders. What does that mean, exactly? Fill out a survey about your reading interests and preferences, and we will create a personalized reading suggestions guide with authors and titles that you might enjoy.
Yes, the library offers a Tulsa World database that contains full text articles from 1989 to present. This database can be used at all library locations and from home. To access this database from the library's website, click on Research & Learn, then look for Tulsa World in the T's.