Another Silly Game Part 163
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At Home With Books : How Booklovers Live With and Care for Their Libraries by Estelle Ellis
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1. Please play on the most recent correct post.
2 Please verify that no one else has posted while you were preparing your post.
3. The title of the book cited must have one word, at least, which is the same as a word in the previous title.
4. The repeated word in the new title must be other than an article ("a," "an," or "the").
5. The repeated word must be spelled exactly as the word was spelled in the previous title, e.g., "prune" is not the same word as "prunes," and "loyal" is not the same word as "loyalty."
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.
7. A hyphenated word is one word, not two, e.g., "thunder-clouds," and if used must be repeated in full, not in part only.
8. No repeats on current thread.
9. If you have read the book it would be informative that you so indicate and tell when you read it, if you can.
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4339. Love in Black and White A Memoir of Race, Religion, and Romance, by William S. Cohen with Janet Langhart Cohen (read 13 Jul 2007)
// religion //
Religion: if there is no God -- on God, the Devil, Sin and other Worries of the So-called Philosophy
of Religion by Leszek Kolakowski
// small //
Start Small, Stay Small: a Developer's Gudie
to Launching a Startup by Rob Walling
// notes //
Notes and Counter Notes: Writings on
the Theatre by Eugene Ionesco
Playing on #11, the most recent correct post
Lawrence C. Wroth's Notes for Bibliophiles in the New York Herald-Tribune, 1937-1947 by Richard Ring
4801. Fiorello H. LaGuardia and the Making of Modern New York, by Thomas Kessner (read 23 Feb 2011)
A help to English history containing a succession of all the kings of England, the English Saxons, and the Britans : the kings and princes of Wales, the kings and lords of Man, the Isle of Wight : as also of all the dukes, marquesses, earls, and bishops thereof : with the description of the places from whence they had their titles : continued with a supplement, and enlarged with the names and ranks of the viscounts and barons to the year 1652 by Peter Heylyn
// thieves ///
Time Theves (published with) Against
Arcturus by Dean Koontz
Time Among The Maya: Travels In Belize, Guatemala And Mexico - Ronald Wright
1820. A Dance to the Music of Time Second Movement: At Lady Molly's Casanova's Chinese Restaurant The Kindly Ones by Anthony Powell (read 24 Dec 1983)(At Lady Molly's: James Tait Black Memorial fiction prize for 1957)
4711. The Man Who Once Was Whizzer White A Portrait of Justice Byron R. White, by Dennis J. Hutchinson (read 23 May 2010)
The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism At The Heart Of American Power - Jeff Sharlet
// fundamentalism //
Fundamentalism: a Very Short Introduction by Malise Ruthven
3660. The Beak of the Finch A Story of Evolution in our Time, by Jonathan Weiner (read 5 Dec 2002) (Pulitzer Nonfiction prize in 1995)
The Roman historie written by T. Livius of Padua Also, The Breviaries of L. Florus: with a chronologie to the whole history; and the topographie of Rome in old time. Translated out of Latine into English, by Philemon Holland, Doctor in Physick. To which is now added, A supplement of the second decad of Livy (which was lost.) Lately written in Latine by I. Freinshemius, he now newly translated into English by Livy
moibibliomaniac playing as SamuelJohnsonLibrary
The whole aphorismes of great Hippocrates, prince of physicians/ translated into English for the benefit of such as are ignorant of the Greek & Latine tongs ; vvhereunto is annexed a short discourse of the nature & substance of the eye, with many excellent & approued remedies for the cure of most the diseases thereof ; with an exact table shewing the substance of every aphorism by Hippocrates
581. Studs Lonigan A Trilogy Containing Young Lonigan, The Young Manhood of Studs Lonigan, Judgment Day, by James T. Farrell (read 8 Aug 1959)
Burning Down the House: Fighting Fires and Losing Myself by Russell Wangersky. Read earlier this year.
4491. The Terror The Merciless War for Freedom in Revolutionary France, by David Andress (read 30 Sep 2008)
Playing on #68, the most recent correct post:
The Hornet's Nest: A Novel of the Revolutionary War by Jimmy Carter
// cultures //
Across Cultures: a Reader for
Writers by Sheena Gillespie
A World Lit Only by Fire: The Medieval Mind and the Renaissance: Portrait of an Age by William Manchester. Read in October, 2013.
3347. Popes From the Ghetto A View of Medieval Christendom, by Joachim Prinz (read 9 Sep 2000)
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