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CollectionsYour library (667)

Reviews2 reviews

Tagsart (316), British (262), 19th-century (241), Victorian (149), fiction (139), gay/homosexuality/queer (117), American (113), history (111), 20th-century (87), sculpture (82) — see all tags

MediaNot set (32), Book (635), Paper Book (615), Ebook (1)

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About meI'm a writer, curator, art historian, and librarian, with a Ph.D. in art history. I am currently employed as the Curator of Art Properties at Columbia University. My colorful career past has included stints as an adjunct professor, bird handler, disc jockey, fortune teller, pianist, and receptionist. Check out my blog at Follow me on Twitter at

About my libraryart history (especially British, Victorian, sculpture, Pre-Raphaelites), gay/homosexuality/queer history and culture, and fiction (general, literature, and mysteries)


Favorite authorsJane Austen, A. S. Byatt, Agatha Christie, E. M. Forster, Toni Morrison, Barbara Pym, Ruth Rendell, Amy Tan, Sarah Waters, Oscar Wilde (Shared favorites)


Also onblogspot, Twitter

Real nameRoberto C. Ferrari

LocationNew York City

Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/bklynbiblio (profile)
/catalog/bklynbiblio (library)

Member sinceJul 9, 2009

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