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About my libraryContains fair amounts of obscure 19th c. eng lit, nice 17c facsimiles, stuff from the 1960s, and some real obscurities in the field of humanities computing. And a random selection of recent novels. Recently completed my collection of the works of Caryl Brahms and S J Simon. Also J L Carr.

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Member sinceJan 22, 2008

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