84 Years Ago, a Woman Borrowed a Book from a Library. This Week, Her Son Returned It
[van id="us/2018/10/06/library-book-returned-84-years-later-wxp-vpx.hln"] SHREVEPORT, La. - Shreve Memorial Library in Louisiana waived its $3 late fee for the man who returned a book more than eight decades later. In 1934, the man's mother checked out "Spoon River Anthology," by Edgar Lee Masters, when she was 11. The book is a collection of poems written as first-person narratives by the dead residents of the fictional town of Spoon River, reflecting on their lives and deaths.