The Queen Mary 2 Library

@article{Burbank2005TheQM,
  title={The Queen Mary 2 Library},
  author={Richard D. Burbank},
  journal={Libraries \& Culture},
  year={2005},
  volume={40},
  pages={547 - 561}
}
The maiden voyage in January 2004 of the Cunard Line's Queen Mary 2, an ocean liner designed for the twenty-first century, ushered in a completely new, massive, and spectacular kind of passenger ship that appeals to a genteel clientele who seeks an ocean voyage in the elegant tradition of the Cunard Line. The QM2 library is no excep tion to that tradition; in a word, the library is sumptuous. Harold M. Otness wrote in his 1979 article on passenger ship libraries: "Almost all passenger ships… Expand
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