The final chapter of a touching anonymous tribute to the power of words has just appeared.

This article titled “Edinburgh book sculptures turn the page” was written by Michael MacLeod, for guardian.co.uk on Thursday 1st December 2011 17.37 UTC

As symbols of love for libraries go, cutting up books wouldn’t be most readers’ first thought. But the delicate paper sculptures that have been left anonymously in recent months around Edinburgh’s cultural institutions have been enchanting.

The latest, and it seems the last, of 10 such ornaments has been found in the Scottish Poetry Library, just off the capital’s Royal Mile where the mystery began in March when staff there found the first gift from the Banksy of books … Booksy, perhaps.

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