In an uplifting turn of events, local librarian Betty Lou found the copy of Boccaccio's
where she least suspected it. A patron, unnamed for privacy, had requested the book two days ago, launching a search effort that spanned the entire Banned Library. The 14th century allegory was found miss-shelved in the "D" fiction stack rather than the "B" section where it belonged.
"I just don't know how it got there," Betty Lou was quoted as saying, "I knew a student from the local college had looked at it two weeks ago, but it never registered as being checked out."
The librarian says she will call the patron that requested the book and tell them they can come pick it up anytime within the next week. The patron is expected to bring their library card.
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