Least like "literature"?

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Least like "literature"?

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1Meridiani
Redigeret: jan 24, 2007, 9:32pm

I've just started putting my books into librarything, so the ones that are going in at the moment are the ones that are lying more or less within arm's reach of my laptop. Thus, a few moments ago, I added Mensa Sudoku, which hangs out on the coffee table as my spouse and I work our way through its 500+ puzzles (we are on number 507). I chuckled as I added it, since it is only a book by virtue of its binding.

My question to the group: what item do you have in your librarything that is least like literature (however you define it)?

2benparish
jan 24, 2007, 6:40pm

I'd say most of my math and engineering textbooks from school. However, I have been known to pick up a textbook and read it for fun, so I guess that warrants my adding them to my library.

3clamairy
Redigeret: jan 24, 2007, 8:38pm

How about Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide? Oh, and all my Bird books. Oh yeah, and my Encyclopedia of Antiques.

Great idea for a thread, Meridiani. :o)

4vpfluke
jan 25, 2007, 6:48pm

My Michelin guides are not truly literature. Particularly the Red Guides, which I collect for their city maps show trolley tracks. Now, the old Baedeker guides do have a greater 'literature' quality as they describe tours by trolley (trams) and walking in pre World War II Europe.

5pdxwoman
feb 9, 2007, 5:25pm

Modern Handwriting Beginning Cursive Practice -- purchased for my partner, whose handwriting was unreadable.

6clamairy
feb 9, 2007, 7:30pm

YAY! A new member! Welcome, pdxwoman! :o)

This group is growing slowly... but it IS growing!

7pdxwoman
feb 9, 2007, 10:48pm

clamairy -- I figured if you got me to join one group I may as well dive in. Of course, I feel a little like a stalker...

8clamairy
feb 10, 2007, 8:11am

LOL! Don't.

These groups need people like you.

:o)

9andyray
okt 20, 2007, 10:19pm

i believe God's Man may be one of the first graphic novels. The artist tells the story in all black and white (chiaroscuro, of course). i really don't have anything much but stories, unless you count Hawkins' books and maybe a few esoteric tomes on heidigger, hegel, and neitzche.

10andyray
okt 20, 2007, 10:20pm

i believe God's Man may be one of the first graphic novels. The artist tells the story in all black and white (chiaroscuro, of course). i really don't have anything much but stories, unless you count Hawkins' books and maybe a few esoteric tomes on heidigger, hegel, and neitzche.

11andyray
okt 20, 2007, 10:20pm

i believe God's Man may be one of the first graphic novels. The artist tells the story in all black and white (chiaroscuro, of course). i really don't have anything much but stories, unless you count Hawkins' books and maybe a few esoteric tomes on heidigger, hegel, and neitzche.