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Member: sluggo

CollectionsYour library (1,063), Wishlist (9), All collections (1,067)

Reviews1 review

Tagschildren (426), history (183), canadiana (100), sports (65), literature (61), baseball (58), reference (55), cooking (53), non-fiction (34), humour (34) — see all tags

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About my libraryfrustratingly small, and missing many favourites, I now see...

GroupsBaseball, Canuckistan, Food History, Historical Fiction, New England Genealogy

LocationUpper Canada

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Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceNov 2, 2005

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I just picked up the Quebec book at the AHA for five bucks. Have you read it?
Did you like Thomas Desjardin's book about the 1775 invasion of Quebec??
hardly...not much of a skier really, though four winters in montreal have definitely earned me some invitations to tremblant. my only real winter plans are starting an MLIS degree in january, which i personally find much more exciting (and much less frightening).

i love your "canadiana" tag...as an american semi-permanently camped out in montreal i have really begun to enjoy such things.
James Tate: I say he's funny enough but ehhh. You know. I don't care enough. I liked worshipful company but I think shroud of the gnome sorta blew. I will say I used to luv luv luv him (when I read the selected) and I saw him read once. I liked the way he called Dara Wier "my sweetheart;" I'll never forget that.
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