CULTURE

From a reader

Enjoyed very much your page in Thursday’s paper. Report on lack of school libraries is most disturbing. One of the things that my wife and I miss most, in moving from Philadelphia to Athens, is the lack of public libraries. We used to go to the local public library every Sunday, bringing to and returning with a sack of books. Pity that Greece never had its own Andrew Carnegie. I would love to be able to read the Anglo-Hellenic Review, but how does one obtain a copy? It used to be available from the periptera of Kolonaki, but no more. Can one subscribe? JIM MUHLY, Athens. Readers may like to know that subscriptions to The Anglo-Hellenic Review cost GB 7.50 pounds from The Anglo-Hellenic League at 16-18 Paddington Street, London W1U 5AS. No outlets sell the review in Athens at present but we will let you know if that changes.