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CollectionsYour library (401), To read (12), Read but unowned (2), All collections (412)

Reviews100 reviews

TagsScience Fiction (125), Historical Fiction (51), Architecture (22), Mystery (15), History (13), Movies (8), Doctor Who (5), Philosophy (3), Alternate History (3), Cooking (2) — see all tags

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About my libraryA lifetime of reading for education, enjoyment, and my profession has yielded a library of 1000-or-so volumes in a myriad of genres.

Two particular interests are volumes of the Modern Library, published between 1917 and about 1950; and books on architecture.

I also have a pretty hefty collection of science fiction paperbacks, some of which I inherited from my brother when he moved away to go to college.

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Favorite authorsPoul Anderson, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Ernest Hemingway, André Malraux, William Shakespeare, Gore Vidal, Voltaire, Roger Zelazny (Shared favorites)

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceJan 3, 2008

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