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The middle years. by Henry James. by James. Henry. 1843-1916.
Locus Amoenus by Victoria N. Alexander
Experience: A Memoir - Martin Amis by Martin Amis
Blood Meridian: Or the Evening Redness in the West (Modern Library) by Cormac McCarthy
Speak, Memory (Everyman's Library (Cloth)) by Vladimir Nabokov
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About meLiterary fiction novelist: Locus Amoenus (2015) Trixie (2010), Naked Singularity (2003), and Smoking Hopes (1996). Non-fiction: philosopher of science and aesthetics, The Biologist's Mistress (2011). Co-founder of the Dactyl Foundation in NYC. I also write on science, art and poetics.
About my libraryIn addition to literary fiction, I have interests in the philosophy of science, evolutionary theory, biosemiotics, teleology, and the complexity sciences.
GroupsAsian Fiction & Non-Fiction, Atheist Fiction, Cognitive Science, Feminist Theory, Literary Snobs, Philosophical Fiction, Philosophy and Theory, Philosophy of Science, Pro and Con, Sustainability —show all groups, theory
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Real nameTori Alexander
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