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Encyclopedia Britannica Facsimile First Edition (3 Volumes) by Editor-Encyclopedia Britannica

The Rise Of Rome by Polybius

Livy : The War with Hannibal by Livy (translated by J C Yardley)

The Odyssey by Homer; translated by Robert Fagles; intro and notes by Bernard Knox

The Wealth of Nations: Books 1-3 (Penguin Classics) (Bks.1-3) by Adam Smith

Grouse and Lesser Gods by Ted Lundrigan

Civil War Volumes 1-3 Box Set by Shelby Foote

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About mePrimarily interested in Classical history (primary sources) and 19th Century literature. Thucydides favourite historian, followed by Livy, Polybius and Gibbon. Dickens and Tolstoy favourite 19th Century authors.

One of my favorite quotes: I quickly outgrew ideas. So I distrusted experts, who were often intelligences confined within high walls, knowing indeed every paving-stone of their prison courts: while I might know from what quarry the stones were hewn and what wages the mason earned. I gainsaid them out of carelessness, for I had found materials always apt to serve a purpose, and Will a sure guide to some one of the many roads leading from purpose to achievement. There was no flesh.

- Lawrence

About my librarylarge, and primarily Everyman, Folio and Loeb Classical library publications. My library is much larger than catalogued on LT. I am slowly replacing my old worn out trade editions with fine editions as they become available.

GroupsBook Care and Repair, Fine Press Forum, Library of America Subscribers, The Globe

Favorite authorsJane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, Charles Dickens, Edward Gibbon, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Herodotus, Victor Hugo, T. E. Lawrence, Livy, Plato, William Shakespeare, Thucydides, Leo Tolstoy, T. H. White (Shared favorites)

Favorite lists100 Books to Read in a Lifetime (That Are Older Than 200 Years)

Real nameTim

LocationBC, Canada

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceApr 13, 2014

Currently readingJane Eyre by Charlotte BRONTE

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