Another Silly Game Part 161
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Wrapped in the Flag : A Personal History of America's Radical Right by Claire Connor
Read and reviewed Sep 2013
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6. The repeated word must be in the title as shown in a LT library listing, or on the title page of the book. A sub-title or a series name can be included if the sub-title or series name is included in the title of a LT library listing, or is printed on the title page of the book.
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// radical //
Radical Democracy: Identity, Citizenship and
the State by David Trend
Helpless: Caledonia's Nightmare of Fear and Anarchy, and How the Law Failed All of Us by Christie Blatchford. Read in October, 2011.
// failed //
When Genius Failed: the Rise and Fall of
Long-Term Capital Management
by Roger Lowenstein
A constellation of genius : being a full account of the trial of Joseph Baretti for the murder of Evan Morgan, held at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bailey, on 20 October 1769, in the ninth year of His Majesty's reign, being the eighth session in the mayorality of the Right Honourable Samuel Turner, Esq., Lord-Mayor of the city of London ; now first reprinted from the original record of the proceedings, with an introduction and notes to commemorate the two hundred and forty-ninth birthday of Samuel Johnson. by Giuseppe Marco Antonio Baretti
The Parliament Of Man: The Past, Present and Future of the United Nations by Paul Kennedy. Read in January, 2009.
// present //
Present Past, Past Present; a memoir
by Eugene Ionesco
4553. Chronicle of the Popes The Reign-by-Reign Record of the Papacy from St. Peter to the Present, by P. G. Maxwell-Stuart (read 1 Apr 2009)
Exploits of a Reluctant (But Extremely Goodlooking) Hero by Maureen Fergus. Read in December, 2007.
A Matter of Conscience: Redemption of a Hometown Hero, Bobby Hoppe by Sherry L. Hoppe. Read in June, 2011.
Bobby Fischer: Complete Games of the
American World Chess Champion
The compleat gamester: or, Instructions how to play at billiards, trucks, bowls, and chess. : Together with all manner of usual and most gentile games either on cards, or dice. by Charles Cotton
A book on games published in London in 1676.
4044. Bird by Bird Some Instructions on Writing and Life, by Anne Lamott (read 9 July 2005)
5015. A Thousand Lives The Untold Story of Hope, Deception, and Survival at Jonestown, by Julia Scheeres (read 17 Apr 2013)
Survival: a Thematic Guide to
Canadian Literature by Margaret Atwood
Major Writers of Early American Literature by Everett H. Emerson
// early //
Early Man (in the Dr. Who Discovery Series)
(no author or editor listed)
// life //
The Life of Milarepa: a New Translation from
the Tibetan by Gisan-smyon He-ru-ka
In the new capital: A nineteenth-century view of Ottawa in the twenty-first century by John Galbraith. Read in December, 2008.
Capital: Melbourne when it was the Capital
City of Australia 1901-27 by Kristin Otto
A World Lit Only by Fire: The Medieval Mind and the Renaissance: Portrait of an Age by William Manchester. Read in October, 2013.
4048. Cathedral and Crusade Studies of the Medieval Church 1050-1350 Volume I, by H. Daniel-Rops translated by John Warrington (read 21 July 2005)
Feminist Studies / Critical Studies
by Teresa de Laureates
The Hateful and the Obscene: Studies in the Limits of Free Expression by L.W. Sumner. Read in January, 2008.
Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything by Joshua Foer. Read in September, 2012.
3118. Summer for the Gods: The Scopes Trial and America's Continuing Debate Over Science and Religion, by Edward J. Larson (read 3 Oct 1998) (Pulitzer History prize in 1998)
Superforecasting: The Art and Science of Prediction by Philip E. Tetlock. Read in December, 2016.
// Victorian //
Victorian Periodicals and Victorian
Society by J. Don Vann
4801. Fiorello H. LaGuardia and the Making of Modern New York, by Thomas Kessner (read 23 Feb 2011)
// LaGuardia //
When LaGuardia was Mayor: New
York's Legendary Years
by August Hecksher
A Number of Things: Stories of Canada Told Through Fifty Objects by Jane Urquhart. Read last month.
4274. Rebel at Large Recollections of Fifty Crowded Years, by George Creel (read 16 Feb 2007)
// large //
@ Large: the Strange Case of the World's Biggest
Internet Invasion by David H. Freeman
861. Paradise Lost, by John Milton (read 24 Jul 1966)
Touchstones tells me that John Milton wrote Paradise Lost but has "no results" for John Milton!
Double Double: How Tim Hortons Became a Canadian Way of Life, One Cup at a Time by Douglas Hunter. Read in February, 2014.
// Canadian //
Canadian Heraldry by The Canadian
Why Mexicans Don't Drink Molson: Rescuing Canadian Business from the Suds of Global Obscurity by Andrea Mandel-Campbell. Read in September, 2007.
// Molson //
The Barley and the Stream: the Molson
Story by Merrill Dennison
204. They Also Ran The Story of the Men Who Were Defeated for the Presidency, by Irving Stone (read __ Aug 1945)
Wretched Writing: A Compendium of Crimes Against the English Language by Kathryn Petras. Read in March, 2014.
3659. The Prisoner of Zenda Being the history of three months in the life of an English Gentleman, by Anthony Hope (read 1 Dec 2002)
// important //
Important Americana; including prints,
porcelain, silver by Sotheby's
Yokohama Yankee: My Family's Five Generations as Outsiders in Japan by Leslie Helm. Read in March, 2013.
// hope //
Hope: the Dynamics of Self-fulfillment
by Arnold Hutschnecker
4210. The Defining Moment FDR's Hundred Days and the Triumph of Hope, by Jonathan Alter (read 16 Sep 2006)
Two Days in June: John F. Kennedy and the 48 Hours that Made History by Andrew Cohen. Read in January, 2016.
// June //
June 1944: France, Italy, Eastern Europe and
the Pacific by H.P. Willmott
The Age Of Wonder: How The Romantic Generation Discovered The Beauty And Terror Of Science by Richard Holmes. Read in October, 2105.
4644. Homer's Odyssey A Fearless Feline Tale, or How I Learned About Love and Life with a Blind Wonder Cat, by Gwen Cooper (read 27 Nov 2009)
// running //
Running Injuries: How to Prevent and Overcome them
by Tim Noakes
Running the Books: The Adventures of an Accidental Prison Librarian by Avi Steinberg. Read in June, 2011.
about 250 to choose from!
1437. The First Amendment and the Future of American Democracy, by Walter Berns (read 10 Mar 1977)
// first //
The First Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
ed.. by John W. Campbell Jr.
1633. Rebels and Conservatives: Dorothy and William Wordsworth and Their Circle, by Amanda M. Ellis (read 17 May 1981)
4437. The Journal of Scott Pendleton Myers A World War II Soldier, by Walter Dean Myers (read 10 May 2008)
Johnson, Hill, and the "Good Old Cause": Liberal Interpretation in the Editions of George Birkbeck Hill by Catherine Dille
// cause //
Statesmen of the Lost Cause; Jefferson Davis and
his Cabinet by Burton Hendrick
// changing //
Changing Women, Changing Church by Louise Uhr
1824. Charting the Future: The Supreme Court Responds to a Changing Society, 1890-1920, by John E. Semonche (read 1 Feb 1984)
// remembering //
Remembering: a Study in Experimental
and Social Psychology by Frederic C. Bartlett
The art of numbring by speaking-rods, vulgarly termed Nepeirs bones by which the most difficult parts of arithmetick, as multiplication, division, and extracting of roots both square and cube, are performed with incredible celerity and exactness (without any charge to the memory) by addition and subtraction only by William Leybourn
// countrymen //
Mediterranean Countrymen: Essays in the Social Anthropology
of the Mediterranean by Julian Alfred Pitt Rivers
2152. From the Renaissance to the Counter-Reformation: Essays in Honor of Garrett Mattingly Edited: Charles H. Carter (read 4 Jul 1988)
3697. Cities of the Plain Volume Three The Border Trilogy, by Cormac McCarthy (read 10 Feb 2003)
The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town by John Grisham. Read in January, 2007.
5393. Something Must Be Done About Prince Edward County A Family, a Virginia Town, a Civil Rights Battle, by Kristen Green (read 24 Jul 2016)
Darwin Slept here: Discovery, Adventure, and
Swimming Iguanas in Charles Darwin's
South America by Eric Simons
The Discovery Of France: A Historical Geography by Graham Robb. Read in August, 2009.
5082. The River Congo The discovery, exploration and exploitation of the world's most dramatic river, by Peter Forbath (read 3 Nov 2013)
// world's //
The World's Heritage: a Complete Guide to the Most
Extraordinary Places by UNESCO
// amateurs //
Radio Amateurs Handbook
(no author or editor listed)
Icons of the Highway: A Celebration of Small-Town America by Tony Worobiec
America in Perspective: Major Trends in the United
States through the 1990s by Oxford Analysis
John Major: The Autobiography by John Major
This game is so silly and childish, like the games I played at my elementary school.
I even contacted the main library at Lakeway, New Jersey, and asked if they had the autobiography by Major.
They answered, quite cynically, that I had to wait for my turn patiently because currently it was in the hands of a rabbi or someone.
They also said they were not sure whether my interest was sincere, being so far away.
So I am a bit disappointed.
Maybe they need some training? Or they listen to some bad advisors?
They will lose a reader this way.
They don't want to give me the book, just some boring mind-damaging comic books.
asurbanipal, your experience sounds really weird. I can't imagine a librarian saying those things. What Have you done, if anything, to cause such treatment? At our library when someone requests a book it results in the present holder of the book not being able to renew it--which seems like a logical procedure to me.
4942. After the War The Lives and Images of Major Civil War Figures After the Shooting Stopped, by David Hardin (read 14 Jul 2012)
The Right to Be Cold: One Woman's Story of Protecting Her Culture, the Arctic and the Whole Planet by Sheila Watt-Cloutier. Read earlier this year for Canada Reads.
#201 does play on #200 as it has "from" in it.
2254. Proconsul in Politics: a study of Lord Milner in Opposition and in Power, by A. M. Gollin (read 6 Dec 1989)
Cultural Dimensions of Expatriate Life in Singapore by Bill Drake
3925. Magnificent Missourian The Life of Thomas Hart Benton, by Elbert D. Smith (read 22 Aug 2004)
Boswell's presumptuous task : the making of the life of Dr. Johnson by Adam Sisman
Read and reviewed June 2011
// task //
Beyond the Churches: Facing a Task Unfinished: Groups
outside the Churches in England and Wales
by Peter Brierley
4792. Sea Cobra Admiral Halsey's Task Force and the Great Pacific Typhoon, by Buckner F. Melton, Jr. (read 17 Jan 2011)
// art //
There is no Bohemia: Dna Better: her Work and Art
by Lisa Linklater
A Soldier First: Bullets, Bureaucrats and the Politics of War by Rick Hillier. Read in October, 2011.
Facing Change: Documenting America by Leah Bendavid-Val
// polygamist //
Polygamist, Pioneer, Politician: the Life of Dr. Martha
Hughes Cannon by Mari Grana
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