The stately pilcrow (¶)—wouldn't it be a nice shape for a bookmark? Or perhaps for a top-heavy bookend?—more apt to fall over itself than to prevent its shelf-mates from doing so. I sympathize; I fall over sometimes too.
A book whose protagonist is a spaceship who has a conscious mind and has many human bodies. This is a little confusing, but imagine: she can sing choral music by herself!
A beautiful book; a complete book; a book which lacks nothing.
Although subtitled A History of Alphabetical Order, this book is really about the history of how writing is organized.