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What's In Your Bathroom Library?

Discussion in 'The Reading Room' started by LizzieMaine, Aug 30, 2010.

  1. "The Listener's Voice: Early Radio and the American Public" by Elena Razlogova

    "The Great Movie Comedy Teams" by Leonard Maltin

    "Broadcasting and Broadcast Advertising" Magazine for February 22,1943.

    "Letters From Afar," Volume 8 of the "Little Lenin Library."

    "They'll Do It Every Time, Vol. 1" by Jimmy Hatlo

    "The Sixteenth Rail: The Evidence, The Scientist, and the Lindbergh Kidnapping" by Adam Schrager

    The 1944 Radio Daily Annual, edited by Jack Alicoate.

    "Picture Book of TV Troubles Vol. 5: Horizontal Output and High Voltage Circuits" by John F. Rider.
  2. scotrace

    scotrace Head Bartender Staff Member

    Volume one of Churchill's "The Second World War." All six turned up as first editions at my local library's Saturday morning fundraising book cellar. I got them all for $16.

    From the same source, "On The Road to Tara," by Aljean Harmitz, 1996. The making of Gone With the Wnd.

    And always a stack of Peterman catalogs full of crap I can't afford.
  3. I have mostly National Geo's and their new mag called "HISTORY" about interesting cultures, civilizations and wars throughout the worlds history. True West and Muzzleloader mags!
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  4. dubpynchon

    dubpynchon One of the Regulars

    ‘The School Bag’ and ‘The Rattle Bag’, both poetry compilations by Seamus Heaney and Ted Hughes, and ‘Letters to a Young Poet’ by Rilke, one of those little Penguin £1 books.
  5. What is in my bathroom library is whatever single volume I happen to be perusing at the time.

    Right now it's Bloom County: Happy Trails.
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