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About meI will read just about anything. Some of the things I really enjoy are mysteries, fantasy, religion (mainly Judaism but I'm interested in the origins of Christianity and some modern stuff), history (particularly ancient and British), 19th century English lit (Jane Austen, the Brontes), science (evolution and extremely simplified explanations of quantum physics), mythology and symbolism, and psychology (what makes people tick).
About my libraryA work in progress, both on this site and in real life.
Groups18th-19th Century Britain, Biblical Archaeology Society, Biblical History, English History - Tudor through Edwardian, FantasyFans, Historical Fiction, Hogwarts Express, I Survived the Great Vowel Shift, Jewish Bibliophiles, Language —show all groups, Medieval Europe, Richard III, The Brontës
Favorite librariesBuffalo and Erie County Public Library - Central Library, Buffalo and Erie County Public Library - City of Tonawanda Public Library, Buffalo and Erie County Public Library - North Park Branch Library, Buffalo and Erie County Public Library - Riverside Branch Library, Buffalo and Erie County Public Library - Town of Tonawanda Public Library, Kenmore Branch, E. H. Butler Library - SUNY Buffalo State
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceApr 26, 2008
Currently readingThe Psychology of Harry Potter: An Unauthorized Examination of the Boy Who Lived (Psychology of Popular Culture series) by Neil Mulholland
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