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Tags20th century (1,711), history (1,595), philosophy (1,378), literature (1,104), american (828), british (694), 19th century (677), art (554), german (534), french (484) — see all tags

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About meUs, rather: LTG and Skippy, just simple city folks

About my libraryHow did this happen? Well, with a library this size you know that we didn't buy much at full price! Library, college, and AAUW book sales are the biggest source. There's a lot here from bargain remainder booksellers. There's also a steady drip of acquisitions from second hand bookstores.

There are two collections here as much as one. Individually our interests are eclectic; together they do look all over the map.

LTG is responsible for most of our art, science, religion, and contemporary literature collections(but not Calvino or Kundera!).

Skippy has brought in most of the philosophy, poetry, literary criticism, and social science books.

We share credit (or blame) for the history collection.

GroupsAncient History

Homepagehttp://dilettantescholar.blogspot.com

LocationSaint Paul, Minnesota

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Member sinceOct 7, 2005

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