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CollectionsYour library (423), Can discard? (4), Have read (30), Loaned out (3), Currently reading (21), To read (56), Read but unowned (13), Favorites (1), Wishlist (6), All collections (441)

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GroupsLabyrinths and the Walking Meditation Practice, Northern Virginia LibraryThingers, Unitarian Universalist Readers, Washington, DC

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Favorite bookstoresBarnes & Noble - Clarendon Market Commons, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Seven Corners, Borders - Baileys Crossroads, Borders - Vienna - Tysons Corner, Foyles, Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe, Potter's House, Riverby Books

Favorite librariesArlington Central Library (Arlington Public Library), Jung Society of Washington, Marymount University Library, Swem Library, College of William and Mary, Westover Branch Library (Arlington Public Library)

Other favoritesThe Museum Store - Washington National Cathedral

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Real nameSue Mosher

LocationArlington, VA, USA

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Member sinceFeb 23, 2007

Currently readingThe Mysterium Lectures: A Journey Through C.G. Jung's Mysterium Conjunctions (Studies in Jungian Psychology By Jungian A by Edward F. Edinger
The Secret Architecture of Our Nation's Capital : The Masons and the Building of Washington, D.C. by David Ovason
The Poetics of Space by Gaston Bachelard
Carmina Gadelica, Vol. I & II: Hymns and Incantations (Forgotten Books) by Alexander Carmichael
How the Irish Saved Civilization (Hinges of History) by Thomas Cahill
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I'm rather late in replying. The name rings a bell but I can't quite pin it down. No worries!
Yes, well, now I'm a bit confused here-- perhaps it's because the Catalan translation is only 90% done. How does one loan (umm, err, lend? or have we lost this battle?) books out, or have them loaned (umm, err, lent?) to us? I also wonder whether we've lost the fight on lit/lighted as the past participle of light. 'Tis to mourn.

All so much fun. And have only catalogued my Catalan-lanaguage books (nearly 50!). I keep on being reminded that "books in Catalan" (as opposed to Catalan books?) may be written outside of Catalonia (as only half of all Catalan speakers--Catalanoparlant[e]s, but that sounds better in Catalan and in Spanish--Catalanophones in English?-- live in Catalonia proper)-- it's much like saying "English books" to describe books written in the United States (which is only true in limited contexts and otherwise misleading).

Oh, political correctness.
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