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Om migImage is Amedeo Modigliani's Woman With Red Hair, 1917.

Om mit bibliotekExcept for Early Review books, which I review no matter what, I tend to only review books I loved. I feel I'm only soaking up enough and giving the author a fair chance if I'm loving it. So bad reviews are going to be rare here. It doesn't mean I'm not judgemental, it just means you'll never know how I really feel about Robert Ludlum's writing style. :)

I've thought about using really cryptic tags that are meaningful only to me, but I love finding new books through all of you and the tags that bind us together.

Even though the tags are prosaic, the books are not. I adore American history, and these days it's a comfort to me to know where we come from, instead of dwelling on where we are now. It's "contemporary history" that fascinates me the most - when they first started teaching me about the Civil Rights Movement in school, some of those events had only happened a mere 20 years earlier. And even though it's been another 20 years since then, I keep it frozen in time. The fact that a band of visionaries could change an entire country - could restore the honor of a people who had so debased themselves with the immorality of racism and exploitation - inspires me everyday. We can restore ourselves again. And the poets I collect are special because they convey the feelings of nations as they change in history; the morals, manners, emotions, taboos, and dreams of a people are writ not in scholarly works, but in the verses of Whitman, Ginsberg, Parker, Rossetti, and Shakespeare. I love the rest of my books as well, but the rest touch me in smaller ways. For moral and spiritual sustenance, I have my poets, my civil rights workers, and my beautiful, rejuvenating myths.

GrupperKindley Book Club, Unitarian Universalist Readers

YndlingsforfattereLouise Erdrich, Jeanette Winterson (Fælles favoritter)

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FavoritbibliotekerQuince Orchard Library - Montgomery County Public Libraries (MD)

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Medlem sidenMay 23, 2006

Læser for øjeblikketWild East : Stories from the Last Frontier af Boris Fishman ed.
The Access Bible, New Revised Standard Version with Apocrypha (Paperback 9872A) af God
Eyre Affair, The af Jasper Fforde
Age of Ra af James Lovegrove
The Odyssey af Homer
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