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[Boston] (571), fiction (566), history (291), women's studies (145), fantasy (137), feminism (131), middle grade fiction (120), American history (120), autobiography (95), historical fiction (85), religion (69), political science (64), young adult fiction (62), short stories (60), picture books (59), [Hope College] (56), education (53), essays (53), American autobiography (52), World War (1939-1945) (52), family relationships (50), writers and writing (50), books and reading (50), America (49), Christianity (48), alternate history (48), philosophy (47), European history (47), women's history (47), friendship (47), sexuality (46), mystery (45), anthology (45), journalism (44), biography (43), England (42), adolescent girls (41), siblings (37), teachers and students (37), romance (35), drama (34), time travel (34), thesis (34), literary criticism (34), [Simmons History] (33), English history (32), anthologies (31), Eastern United States (30), orphans (28), travel (28), psychology (27), poetry (27), science fiction (27), correspondence (27), myths and legends (retellings) (26), pedagogy (26), human sexuality (26), cultural studies (26), immigration (26), sociology (25), advance review copy (24), memoir (24), Jewish holocaust (1939-1945) (24), humor (24), art and artists (24), children and childhood (22), British imperialism (21), marriage (21), American West (21), Canada (21), activism (19), travel writing (19), emigration (19), [Oregon Extension] (19), oral history (18), fairies (18), World War (1914-1919) (18), Swallows and Amazons series (17), children and war (17), magical objects (17), 1960s (17), horror (17), history of religion (16), literary journal (16), [Aberdeen] (16), academic life (16), New York City (16), diaries (16), political repression (15), death and dying (15), family secrets (15), British history (15), vampires (15), photography (15), frontier life (14), feminist theology (14), werewolves (14), political violence (14), Jewish refugees (14), childhood (14), creative nonfiction (14), music and musicians (13), historiography (13), history of education (13), politics (13), Newbery Award (13), [signed] (13), Company universe (13), speculative fiction (13), cultural history (13), Irish history (12), gender roles (12), Sherlock Holmes (fictional character) (12), [discard] (12), cookbooks (12), London (England) (12), Mary Russell (fictional character) (12), boarding schools (12), adoption (11), early reviewers (11), American Midwest (11), communism (11), parenting (11), social history (11), adolescent boys (11), sailing and sailboats (11), women and education (11), dark fantasy (11), class relations (11), British autobiography (11), erotica (11), sisters (10), science writing (10), American South (10), language reference (10), magical powers (10), guidebooks (10), India (10), literary figures (10), faery (10), the women's movement (10), outdoor life (10), higher education (10), thriller (10), Lake District (England) (10), American politics (10), books and booksellers (10), anthropology (9), women's health (9), world history (9), Middle East history (9), European imperialism (9), autobiography (fictionalized) (9), mothers and motherhood (9), trials (9), Christmas (9), war (9), gender studies (9), history of sexuality (9), counterculture (9), dragons (9), pregnancy and childbirth (9), economics (9), family epics (9), rural England (8), stories in rhyme (8), Anne Shirley (fictional character) (8), high school (8), Little House series (8), homosexuality (8), dystopias (8), quests (8), American biography (8), Laura Ingalls Wilder (8), media studies (8), Arthurian legends (8), history of medicine (8), Cold War (8), magic (8), Scotland (7), fundamentalism (7), radicalism (7), race studies (7), Judaism (7), shapeshifting (7), African history (7), heretics (7), Hope College (Holland MI) (7), radical feminism (7), witches and witch hunts (7), family history (7), libraries and librarians (7), discworld (7), sea voyages (7), sexual identity (7), Harry Potter (fictional character) (7), history of science (7), people with disabilities (7), Wales (7), body image (7), San Francisco (Calif.) (7), mental illness (7), abuse and recovery (7), 1970s (7), third wave feminism (6), Harriet Vane (fictional character) (6), James (Jamie) Alexander Malcome Mackenzie Fraser (fictional character) (6), international relations (6), amateur detectives (6), reference (6), antiquarian books (6), Lord Peter Wimsey (fictional character) (6), Mercy Thompson (fictional character) (6), American Jews (6), mothers and daughters (6), scientific research (6), Prince Edward Island (6), political commentary (6), Anita Blake (fictional character) (6), literary allusion (6), Islam (6), black sheep (6), Claire Beauchamp Randall Fraser (fictional character) (6), lesbians (6), Medieval Europe (6), labor history (6), Transcendentalists (6), French history (6), graphic novels (6), British great houses (6), Scottish history (6), museum exhibitions (6), German literature in translation (6), Appalachian region (6), single parents (6), Russia (5), early reviewer (5), Spanish literature in translation (5), Enchanted Forest Chronicles (5), language (5), princes and princesses (5), $1 cart (5), [Simmons GSLIS] (5), Latter-Day Saints (5), Thursday Next (fictional character) (5), Newford universe (5), Dark Tower universe (5), British biography (5), Gunslinger novels (5), science (5), health (5), Chicago (Ill.) (5), colonial history (5), cthulhu mythos (5), censorship (5), slavery (5), Reading (England) (5), Anne Frank (1929-1945) (5), Native Americans (5), enchantments (5), comic strips (5), poverty (5), home education (5), communication (5), ghost stories (5), refugees (5), medicine (5), psychoanalysis (5), Pern (fictional place) (5), Mormons (5), poets and poetry (5), vegetarian cooking (5), African-American experience (5), free school movement (5), good and evil (5), Star Wars (5), wilderness survival (5), women travelers (5), religion and politics (5), myths and legends (5), chapbook (5), Edinburgh (Scotland) (5), police (5), Americanization (4), zombies (4), Shakespeare (4), industrialization (4), collective memory (4), prisons and prisoners (4), gods and goddesses (4), terrorism (4), archives (4), Moosewood Restaurant (Ithaca NY) (4), simplicity (4), The Raj Quartet (4), child evacuees (4), myths and legends (fictional) (4), democracy (4), book collectors (4), infants (4)
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Nøgleordssky, Forfattersky, Nøgleordsspejl
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Dec 29, 2006
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Anna & Hanna Clutterbuck-Cook
Om mit bibliotek
This library contains the books of the Cook-Clutterbuck household. We are currently working to add all of Hanna's books to mine. The "Your Library" collection contains both personal libraries. To see Hanna's or Anna's libraries, select the appropriate collection.

Anna: "I suddenly had a little epiphany: all the books we own, both read and unread, are the fullest expression of self we have at our disposal. My music is me, too, of course--but as I only like rock and roll and its mutations, huge chunks of me--my rarely examined operatic streak, for example--are unrepresented in my CD collection. And I don't have the wall space or the money for all the art I would want, and my house is a shabby mess, ruined by children . . . But with each passing year, and each whimsical purchase, our libraries become more and more able to articulate who we are, whether we read the books or not. Maybe that's not worth the thirty-odd quid I blew on those collections of letters, admittedly, but it's got to be worth something, right?" --Nick Hornby, The Polysyllabic Spree (p. 125).

I have been collecting books since before I could actually read for myself. Hence, my collection is fairly autobiographical, and reflects all my growing and changing interests. It's really, as Arthur Ransome said, "an important part of my own brain" (and heart), and when I am not living in its midst, I feel a bit lost.

Hanna: UNDER CONSTRUCTION:
Om mig
Hanna: UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Anna: I have spent my life in bookstores and libraries, working at a children's bookstore, a college bookstore, Barnes & Noble, and volunteering at two libraries (aside from, you know, visiting libraries and bookstores on my days off). From 1998-2005 I attended Hope College in Holland, Michigan, graduating with a B.A. in Women's Studies and History. In 2011, I graduated with an M.L.S. in library science and an M.A. in history. I work as the Assistant Reference Librarian at the Massachusetts Historical Society. My primary scholarly interests are in the history of feminist activism and the history of education, sexuality and gender, and religion and culture.
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Allston, MA
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http://www.annajcook.com
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Boghandlere: Brookline Booksmith, Hope Geneva Bookstore, Readers World

Biblioteker: Herrick District Library, Leland Township Public Library, Massachusetts Historical Society, Schlesinger Library - Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, The Public Library of Brookline - Brookline Village, The Public Library of Brookline - Coolidge Corner Branch

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