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Nur über ihre Leiche. Tod, Weiblichkeit und Ästhetik by Elisabeth Bronfen

Fahrenheit 451 by François Truffaut

Rückkehr nach Erdsee by Ursula K. LeGuin

Typhoon by Joseph Conrad

Earthly powers by Anthony Burgess

I Ging - Das Buch der Wandlungen by Richard Wilhelm

Physiologie, m. CD-ROM by Peter Deetjen

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CollectionsDVDs (20), Your library (278), Favorites (27), All collections (298)

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TagsLore (103), magic (55), Adventure (45), SciFi (42), fun (41), Fantasy (38), Kult (33), Frauenpower (32), Lex (27), Saga (25) — see all tags

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About my libraryI gladly announce that I have a lifetime-account, because I have Friends! ;')

Rating:

0 = not read yet :)
Or too long ago. Or not sure. Or too lazy. Who cares about rating, anyway?

1 = yuck.
2 = bad
2,5 = lacking
3 = ok
3,5 = good
4 = very good
4,5 = great
5 = very special to me

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GroupsFeminist SF, Feminist Theory, German Library Thingers, The Culture

Favorite authorsMargaret Atwood, Iain Banks, C. J. Cherryh, Irmgard Keun, Robert Anton Wilson (Shared favorites)

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Member sinceMar 8, 2008

Currently readingDer Friedhof in Prag: Roman by Umberto Eco

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Oh, Vetch, I'm happy you found me here! I see that the ones we share are some of my favorites as well. And I love Atwood. So many books I need to read... haven't made a substantial dent in the ones I own yet.

Sunlight can hide as much as shadow, any day, but I will be good and say, thank you schnoosle. ;)
Where is your pic taken, with all that lovely water?

Pixies as Celtic daemons :D
Oh, anyone can look elfin with enough sunlight blazing off of their head. XD

I'm probably more of a demon, really. I don't know of any elves who live in hydrothermic vents on the sea floor.
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I like your pic too!
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