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Yet once more has the Union Library unlocked the grill that bars its most precious volumes from the profane hands of Freshmen. Another treasure joins the first editions of Thomas Hardy and the autographed works of Henry James.
The same snatchers of purple patches, who made necessary "Ulysses's" retreat behind the grill after he had been four times destroyed have now by the same tactics forced thither Havelock Ellis' gigantic "Psychology of Sex."
Like Mr. Joyce Mr. Ellis will still be accessible to the studious minded, but if any of the pages disappear, boys, we know who took them.
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