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Ami(e)s: donbuch1, drmarymccormack, gradvmedusa, Klp.Krista, MelvinUdall

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Utilisateur : JohnCernes

Collectionsebooks (153), Votre bibliothèque (9,159), En cours de lecture (5), Lus mais non possédés (125), Toutes les collections (9,284)

CritiquesAucun

Mots-clésnonfiction (4,633), fiction (4,177), @uk (3,044), mystery (1,947), history (1,916), mathematics (697), mediaeval (602), biology (568), physics (544), historical fiction (531) — voir tous les mots-clés

MédiasChargement en cours

Nuagesnuage des mots-clés, nuage des auteurs, miroir des mots-clés

À propos de ma bibliothèqueOn here I have mostly those books I have with me in NYC. Even after several years of living in America, most of my books remain in England and beyond the reach of my internet connection, although I have recently started to collect a few details on each trip and add them here. Recent interests are therefore well represented (notably history and historical fiction); earlier ones less so (mathematics, detective stories, late 19th - early 20th century literature, for example).

Nonetheless, there is a sort of slow osmosis going on between the two libraries, in which books I have read migrate to England and those that need reading, or which I no longer feel I can do without, travel in the opposite direction. Since this process is constrained by the number of books I can reasonably fit into a suitcase without attracting strange looks from the Customs officials, I doubt that the two collections will be thoroughly mixed for some time to come.

One brief remark about my ratings: I only put books on here that I own, and I tend only to own books which I rate above average (otherwise my house would collapse). Thus my average rating tends to hover around four.

GroupesAucun

Auteurs préférésDouglas Adams, Jorge Luis Borges, Wallace Breem, Bryher, Sean B. Carroll, Sarah Caudwell, Richard Dawkins, Peter Dickinson, Alfred Duggan, Greg Egan, Penelope Fitzgerald, E. M. Forster, R. Austin Freeman, Stephen Jay Gould, Cyril Hare, Michael Innes, Nick Lane, Stanisław Lem, Thomas Mann, Mary Renault, J. I. M. Stewart (Favoris partagés)

LieuxFavoris | Visités

Librairies préféréesEast Village Books & Records, Hay Cinema Bookshop, Housing Works Used Book Cafe, Powell's City of Books (Portland), Strand Bookstore

Lieu (géographique)Manhattan

Type de compteaccès public

Adresses Internet /profile/JohnCernes (profil)
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Membre depuisDec 27, 2008

En cours de lectureEmpires of the Word: A Language History of the World par Nicholas Ostler
The Country House Library par Mark Purcell
The Cambridge Modern History Collection par J. B. Bury
England Is Mine: Pop Life in Albion from Wilde to Goldie par Michael Bracewell
The Silk Road : a very short introduction par James A. Millward

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