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Poetry, Volume 190 (CXC), Number 4, July/August 2007 by Christian Wiman
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About meI consider myself a member of the community of practice known as the “digital humanities,” which means that I think hard about how the study of literature, history, and philosophy has been and is being and might be changed by computers and the Internet — but I don’t limit myself to thinking; I get my hands dirty, thus causing some of the very change I think about, in an inexcusable breach of objectivity.
About my libraryI add books in the order I read them (when I remember to, and when they're not hideously embarrassing, and when I'm reading the whole thing instead of just skimming). This includes books I own as well as books I've borrowed from the library. It also includes audiobooks, because I do consider that reading. I also use LibraryThing to catalog my very mild and unexciting book collection of poetry first editions from about 1900-1970 and my collection of Poetry magazines.
Favorite bookstoresEast Line Books
Real nameAmanda French
Favorite authorsNot set
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceFeb 17, 2006
Currently readingA ROOM OF ONE-S OWN by Virginia Woolf
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