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About meI'm a Malt Whisky drinking,Singlespeed Bike racing, Poetry Loving, Book-fiend & if this makes me seem cool,
it's all in the edit.

About my libraryThe Ideal Library Symbolizes Everything a Society stands for. A Society Depends On Its Libraries To Know Who it Is, Because Libraries Are Societies Memory(A.Manguel). This is my attempt to create my ideal library

Wislawa Szymborska Olga Grushin Lee Rourke José Saramago Hitomi Kanehara Hans Fallada Alessandro Baricco Tom McCarthy Masuji Ibuse Alberto Manguel Christian Bök David Foster Wallace Kōbō Abe Nicholson Baker Kazuo Ishiguro Alessandro Baricco Italo Calvino Steven Millhauser Cormac McCarthy J G Ballard Yukio Mishima Iain Banks James Joyce Don DeLillo Will Self William Gibson Gunter Grass Jorge Luis Borges Lawrence Ferlinghetti Ryunosuke Akutagawa Anthony Burgess Thomas Pynchon Albert Camus Robert Graves Roberto Bolaño Haruki Murakami Yoko Ogawa Shusaku Endo Ted Hughes Taichi Yamada Ryū Murakami Neil Gaiman George Pelecanos Michael Moorecock Koji Suzuki Nietzsche George Steiner Richard Dawkins David Mitchell Fenando Pessoa, plus that old cliché & many more, as like all ideals it's not a fixed point, it will continue to grow.

GroupsAnd Other Stories, Tropic of Ideas

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Currently readingVirtual light by William Gibson
Collected love poems by Brian Patten
What I talk about when I talk about running : a memoir by Haruki Murakami
City lights pocket poets anthology by Lawrence Ferlinghetti
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