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About meLipstick librarian, femme about town and library-card-carrying lifelong bookworm.

About my libraryEclectic collection of whatever has taken my fancy over the last 30 years or so, plus a record of various library borrowings, so I can keep track of what I've read, as I am apt to forget unless I do...

Slowly adding titles from my home library as the occasion allows, but many many more still to go as yet. My incredibly, if rather predictable librarian-like ambition is to catalogue all my books on LibraryThing with accurate bibliographic information and accompanying representation of the actual cover, but this is proving to be a rather time-consuming endeavour, though nonetheless enjoyable for all that. A busman's holiday indeed.

GroupsAnglophiles, BBC (Radio) 7 Listeners, BBC Radio 4 Listeners, Feminist Theory, It's a LondonThing, Lesbian Bookworms, lesbrarian, Librarians who LibraryThing, Spaniards who LibraryThing, Virago Modern Classicsshow all groups

Favorite authorsEmily Dickinson, Stella Gibbons, Russell Hoban, Kate Millett, Christopher Priest, Jane Rule, Saki (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresFreedom Bookshop, Gay's the Word (Bloomsbury, London), The Beckenham Bookshop, Waterstone's Bromley, WHSmith Bromley

Favorite librariesBritish Library, Bromley Central Library, Canning House Library, Feminist Library, London Metropolitan University - The Women's Library

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Member sinceMay 11, 2009

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I see you have added 'Hans' by Michel Boutron to your library. This must be the same book that I read for my French A level in 1981 but which I think is now out of print. Do you have a copy yourself - I am envious if so! I have recently re-read most of the others I studied - Le Grand Meaulnes (hated it at the time, loved it this time round), Candide, La Peste and Balzac short stories. What else did you study?

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Just to say, "FemmeSavante" is one cool nickname. :-)

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