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CollectionsVotre bibliothèque (8,409), ebooks (2,247), QL (483), Atticus Books (329), hard copy (409), Audiobooks (51), Movies & TV (18), Liste de livres désirés (49), En cours de lecture (6), À lire (38), Lus mais non possédés (4), Favoris (3), Discard (10), Toutes les collections (8,469)

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Mots-cléshistory (1,507), fiction (1,132), novel (819), 20th century literature (628), philosophy (624), biography (540), poetry (511), class struggle (468), politics (423), revolution (412) — voir tous les mots-clés

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À propos de ma bibliothèqueIt will take a long time for me to catalog my books. It is important to me to touch and confirm the status of the books that are significant to my life. I have suffered fire, flood,loss, and exile. I write this with a sense of self-drama of course. But the result to my library has been the loss of 6,000 books, by my estimate. I miss most the 400 books of my library on abolitionism and slavery, including pamphlets picked up in obscure bookstores. I am sure, along with many bibliophiles, I could write my biography through my books. The books are like little memory palaces of the time and place obtained, of where and when read. But an important part of that biblio-biography would be what has been left behind, left behind in other cities, other countries, distant forgotten rooms in Rio de Janeiro, San Salvador, or Hoboken.

I have also included in this catalog a few books that I have recently checked-out and read from the public library. Some of these books are books that I once owned and were destroyed by fire and water. Some of the books are part of my current studies. I have taken extensive notes on these books. Cataloging those books here helps me to keep track of my notes.

HLSNW = Hallway Loft Shelf Northwall West
HLSNM = Hallway Loft Shelf Northwall Middle
HLSNE = Hallway Loft Shelf Northwall East
HLSNE-B5 = Hallway Loft Shelf Northwall East-Bracket 5

HLSSW1 = Hallway Loft Shelf Northwall West 1st Bracket
HLSSW2A = Hallway Loft Shelf Northwall West 2nd Bracket A
HLSSWM-B3 = Hallway Loft Shelf South Wall Middle - Bracket 3
HLSSWE-B7 = Hallway Loft Shelf South Wall East - Bracket 7
HLSSWM-B5 = Hallway Loft Shelf South Wall Middle - Bracket 5

GroupesAncient History, Archaeology, BBC Radio 3 Listeners, Buffy the Vampire Slayer Fiction/Non-Fiction, Chess, Evolution, Evolve!, Facebook Users, Hardboiled / Noir Crime Fiction, History: On learning from and writing historyvoir tous les groupes

Auteurs préférésDante Alighieri, Louis Althusser, A. J. Ayer, Isaiah Berlin, Elizabeth Bishop, William Blake, Bertolt Brecht, Italo Calvino, John le Carré, Raymond Chandler, Anton Chekhov, Noam Chomsky, Joseph Conrad, Robert M. Cover, Brainerd Currie, Charles Dickens, Friedrich Engels, William Faulkner, Erich Fromm, William Lloyd Garrison, Jean Genet, Stephen Jay Gould, Antonio Gramsci, Graham Greene, Dashiell Hammett, Michael Harrington, Ernest Hemingway, Nâzım Hikmet, Homer, Gerard Manley Hopkins, David Hume, James Joyce, R. D. Laing, Robert Lowell, Karl Marx, Eugenio Montale, Vladimir Nabokov, Freidrich Neitzsche, Friedrich Nietzsche, John Nunn, Josiah Ober, Bertrand Russell, Jean-Paul Sartre, William Shakespeare, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Wallace Stevens, Thucydides, Leo Tolstoy, Leon Trotsky, Gore Vidal, Edmund Wilson, William Butler Yeats (Favoris partagés)

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Istituto Italiano di Cultura di New York

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Vrai nomJerry Monaco

Lieu (géographique)New York City

Type de compteaccès public

Adresses Internet /profile/JerryMonaco (profil)
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Membre depuisApr 11, 2006

En cours de lectureTemples, Religion and Politics in the Roman Republic par Eric M. Orlin
The Cinema of Ken Loach- Art in the Service of the People (Directors' Cuts) par Jacob Leigh
The End of Kings: A History of Republics and Republicans par William R. Everdell
Between the Norm and the Exception: The Frankfurt School and the Rule of Law (Studies in Contemporary German Social Thou par William E. Scheuerman
Taking Darwin Seriously par Michael Ruse
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