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A History of the English Speaking Peoples (Volume 2: The New World) by Winston S. Churchill
The Windsor Shakespeare Volume X: King John; King Richard the Second by William Shakespeare
Edmund Gosse: A Literary Landscape by Ann Thwaite
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Scandal: Or Priscilla's Kindness by A. N. Wilson
Finnegans Wake (Classic, 20th-Century, Penguin) by James Joyce
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About meI index books professionally, as well as reading them constantly in my leisure time, and sometimes writing and publishing them.
About my libraryMy books come from many sources: inherited from various relatives, purchased at university and retained, sent to me for indexing (some of these published copies given to me, others sets of proofs retained), bought through the years (many at library sales or in second-hand bookshops or charity shops).
Favorite authorsDorothy Baker, Julian Barnes, Alan Bennett, Arnold Bennett, Edward Blishen, A. S. Byatt, J. L. Carr, Tracy Chevalier, Wilkie Collins, Ivy Compton-Burnett, Robertson Davies, Jane Dorner, E. M. Forster, Gordon Graham, Philippa Gregory, L. P. Hartley, Catherine Heath, William S. Heckscher, Susan Howatch, M. V. Hughes, Molly Keane, Harper Lee, Penelope Lively, David Lodge, Alison Lurie, Rose Macaulay, Kay Macaulife, Nancy Mitford, Iris Murdoch, Vladimir Nabokov, Anthony Powell, Barbara Pym, William Shakespeare, Annette Stannett, Mary Stott, John Sutherland, Josephine Tey, Angela Thirkell, Rebecca West, P. G. Wodehouse, E. H. Young (Shared favorites)
Real nameHazel Kay Bell
LocationHatfield, Herts, England
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceJul 29, 2008
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