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Wittgenstein's Tractatus: An Introduction (Midway Reprint) by H. O. Mounce
Anna Karenina (Oxford World's Classics) by Leo Tolstoy
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1001 Brilliant Ways to Checkmate (Chess lovers' library) by Fred Reinfeld
Shelley's Critical Prose by Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Crusades by Hans Eberhard Mayer
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CollectionsYour library (4,129), Collection VHS (251), DVD Collection (200), author ebook guides (43), history ebooks (33), philosophy ebooks (108), To read (2), Read but unowned (9), Favorites (1), Discarded (195), CD Collection (1), Currently reading (2), All collections (4,951)
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About meAs an admirer of eloquent, scholarly works, I love a well-stocked academic library, especially homebased for privacy and concentration. Ever since college when I sought out wizened, high-browed professors, I focused more on the booktitles dispayed in their metal shelves instead of what they prattled about during a scheduled office session. My serious passion for collecting books occurred while attending the university, as reading became a therapeutic pastime away from domestic distractions.
About my libraryAt the hub of my private hold is a healthy abundance of philosophy books, a subject that I studied to obtain a degree, but one will also discover much English literature, an area which I received my first credential. The library reflects my life of teaching in the subjects I love: history, poetry, essays, humanities etc. It is a scholar's cornucopia of several lifetimes of reading.
Groupsanalytic philosophy, Ancient and Medieval Manuscripts, Ancient History, Cognitive Linguistics, Corpus Linguistics, Existentialism, German Library Thingers, It's a ZenThing, Philosophy and Theory
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Member sinceNov 29, 2011
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