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Member: thomas_and_ed

Books5,539 books cataloged

About meGentlemen curators of the Parker Tyler Memorial Library, a private institution dedicated to the aesthetic advancement of human knowledge in New York City.

Favorite authorsElizabeth Hardwick, J. Hoberman, William James, Wayne Koestenbaum, Susan Sontag, Parker Tyler, Ludwig Wittgenstein (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstores192 Books, Book Culture, BookCourt, Desert Island, Freebird Books & Goods, Housing Works Used Book Cafe, Printed Matter, Spoonbill & Sugartown, Booksellers, St. Mark's Bookshop (New York City), Strand Bookstore

Homepagehttp://www.edhalter.com

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Real nameThomas Beard and Ed Halter

LocationBrooklyn, NY

Account typeprivate, lifetime

Member sinceJun 27, 2006

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hey. i saw in the connection news that you added a Dubravka Ugresic book. she recently gave a public talk at the university of rochester, as well as for a class i am taking in translational studies. though i haven't read her new book "nobody's home" it sounds quite interesting. let me know about the "ministry of pain".

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Yo! It's Jake. Here is one of my favorite quotes from one of our shared books:

"Ahee ah ee ahee ah ee ee ee ee oh eeah"
Nice library; cool blog.
Parker Tyler Memorial Library? I'd like to join such a fine institution, but am uncertain whether it exists.
I just entered 200 books!
Love your book collection, especially the film books. Is there a specific book on African cinema that you recommend?
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