A couple of weeks ago, my husband and I went to a university used book sale. It was very overcrowded with many people and not enough room to squeeze through the packed aisles. I was able to shop anyways. I lasted longer than my husband, he hates crowds (and possibly humans). How does one push anyone out of the way politely? Also if I see a group hovering over a section, I need to see what the fuss is about. The grass is always greener on the other side. Every one knows that :)
My number one area to scan is the classics (not many people there!). Once I'm finished, I go to fiction which has the crowds. After that, I leisurely browse everything and anything. I paid $2 for hardback covers and $1 for large paperback covers. Please do not be impressed with the math book. My son is a math major and it's for him. I'm lucky I can add and subtract. Did you see the top book by Tennyson? No copyright printed in book but my snooping around the internet is saying 1900ish printing.
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