Additionally, the famous Library lions Patience and Fortitude will join in the fun, holding books in their paws throughout the Outdoor Reading Room event to remind the public to read all summer.
The books they will be holding are about 20 pounds and more than two feet tall.
Neo Guyver (talk) , 16 April 2008 (UTC) Igor has always been a recurring character in the Persona game series.
We'll just wait for official statement, though it being a direct sequel may, as Neo Guyver said it, very unlikely.
Featured in the photo is a period-appropriate Double Decker umbrella, the same style that will grace the outdoor reading room.
Custom-crafted expressly for the Reading Room and donated by California-based Santa Barbara Designs, the shape of the canopy valance on the four donated umbrellas matches the design of the dental moldings on the Library’s exterior (discover more fine design at the Santa Barbara website at sbumbrella.com).
Levaithan (talk) , 9 June 2008 (UTC) And also with Fushimi's Presence it this game she is the one who links it together so i would think that this would be a direct sequel , but an off subject matter why isnt Amada-San in this game he would be in high school as of now and also they explian where Elizabeth had gone and why Margret is here instead so i would think that this is a sequel --Spiderman2351 (talk) , 30 July 2008 (UTC)Spiderman2351In the 'Plot' section of the article, it is said that P4 takes place one year after P3.And that would be forever: if Wikipedia is still around 20 years from now, then you'd still be telling people not to use modern, up-to-date sources, because the basic information was in the article by 2005, and so the textbook might have copied it.Whatam Idoing (talk) , 30 August 2012 (UTC) Is it acceptable to cite previous revisions of a Wikipedia page - possibly the same page that creates the citation - in order to put other cited articles that refer to Wikipedia into context?The Outdoor Reading Room will open on June 23 and operate from 10 a.m. Monday to Saturday until July 17 (weather permitting).“Reading is the ultimate escape – the chance to get lost in a book and travel to faraway places from the comfort of your seat, stoop, or local library,” said NYPL President Tony Marx.“For 100 years, The New York Public Library has helped and encouraged the public with this journey.