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Caryn Wesner-Early

I must have read that same Cosmo article! I went on a cruise on the Carnival Victory this fall, and, of course, sought out the library. It was actually open, and had people in it, reading papers and playing bridge. The collection was, of course, pretty small, being limited to a few best-sellers, but I was please to see that there were about as many non-English books as English. The library was only open for an hour at a time, although I'm not sure why, since there didn't seem to be a staff member keeping an eye on it. Anyway, I was pleased to be able to see it, and happy that it was in use. I hope you have a similar experience on your next cruise!

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