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Love books. Been challenging myself with different genre

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I read all sorts of books from fancy to Russian lit. I have little or no reservation to genre and feel that books have enriched my being as nothing else can.

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David A. Novak on 5/2/2011 1:59:56 PM

I wish your questions involved more than 'reading' books alone, eg.: looking at illustrations, bindings, watermarks, etc. What about association & provenance? There is more to books than reading them.