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non-American authors (769), literary fiction (553), American author (452), translated works (417), classics (385), contemporary fiction (346), historical fiction (294), humor (281), American literature (276), war (266), fantasy (239), politics (236), English author (232), relationships (218), romance (203), family (196), coming of age (182), adventure (176), religion (174), satire (171), English literature (163), social commentary (157), WWII (157), history (155), short stories (154), England (153), science fiction (146), philosophy (141), magical realism (139), friendship (139), postmodern (134), marriage (131), bildungsroman (129), realism / realistic (129), speculative fiction (127), France (125), sex / sexuality (116), death and dying (114), crime (111), language (110), writers / writing (107), London (105), supernatural (100), magic (98), French author (97), travel (97), Russian literature (95), Russian author (93), French literature (92), journey / quest (91), modernism (90), murder (90), Russia (88), mystery (88), New York City (87), Nobel Prize Winner (86), psychological fiction (86), American history (86), poverty (85), science / scientists (84), identity (83), family saga (83), autobiographical fiction (83), domestic fiction (82), Paris (80), reference (80), epic fantasy (79), Christianity (78), betrayal (76), fairy tales / folklore (74), feminism (73), military history (73), mythology (72), Germany (72), LGBTQ (71), Women in Translation (71), art / art history (70), adultery / infidelity (69), Soviet Union (68), dystopia (68), communism (68), mass market paperback (67), Britain (66), surreal / surrealism (66), race relations (65), story collection (65), poetry / poets (64), tragedy (64), colonialism (64), racism (63), women (61), WWI (61), drugs (60), existentialism (60), essays (60), suicide (60), Publisher: Penguin Classics (58), dark fantasy (58), society (58), memoir (58), Victorian (57), experimental fiction (56), dark humor (56), medieval (55), mental illness (55), violence (54), biography (52), Publisher: NYRB (52), animals (52), culture (50), Publisher: Vintage International (50), horror (50), music (50), Romance languages (50), gender (49), good vs. evil (49), Nazis / Nazism (49), Asia (48), language reference (48), survival (48), immigration / immigrants (48), depression (47), space opera (47), ghosts (47), imprisonment / prison (47), absurd (46), Latin American literature (46), African American author (45), technology (45), paranormal (45), novella (45), academia (45), allegory (45), revolution (44), class relations (44), French language (44), Italy (44), epic literature (44), urban (44), alternate history (43), slavery (43), California (43), orphans (42), Judaism (42), loneliness (42), European history (42), adolescence (41), Eastern Europe (41), books about books (41), morality (40), money / wealth (40), meta-fiction (40), Holocaust (40), New York (40), Canadian author (40), journalism / journalist (40), Europe (40), German author (39), alienation / isolation (39), Middle Ages (39), aging (38), Japan (38), military science fiction (38), Jewish literature (38), India (38), detective (38), fiction (38), weird (38), civil war (37), Canadian literature (37), nautical (37), siblings (37), Italian author (37), Pulitzer Prize Winner (37), Italian literature (37), Spain (37), fathers and sons (37), Gothic (36), Catholicism (36), post-WWII (36), education (36), sociology (36), American Midwest (36), agriculture / farming (36), alcoholism (35), alternate reality (35), German literature (35), secrets (35), autobiography (34), world building (34), literary criticism (34), military fantasy (34), Islam (33), capitalism (33), royalty (33), conspiracy (33), future (33), spirituality (33), nature (32), courage (32), Scottish author (32), humanity (32), thriller (32), time travel (32), cats (32), time (31), boarding school (31), abuse (31), ancient history (31), Middle East (31), corruption (31), African American literature (31), military fiction (31), college (31), Asian literature (31), Africa (31), memories (30), witches / witchcraft (30), aristocracy (30), grief (30), addiction (29), anthology (29), theology (29), revenge (29), apocalyptic / post-apocalyptic (29), Irish author (29), working class (29), stream-of-consciousness (29), biographical fiction (28), terrorism (28), unreliable narrator (28), small town (28), aliens (28), world history (28), loss (27), Indian literature (27), medieval England (27), Russian language (27), non-fiction (27), atheism (27), artists (27), environment (27), postcolonialism (27), destiny (27), New England (27), Indian author (26), government (26), slipstream (26), Booker Prize Shortlist (26), Ireland (26), wizards (26), artificial intelligence (26), interwar (26), obsession (26), heroism (26), China (26), Warhammer (26), theatre (26), Renaissance (26), Irish literature (26), economics / economy (26), ethics (26), socialism (26), Booker Prize Winner (25), Romanticism (25), Great Depression (25), mothers and daughters (25), antiquarian (25), alchemy (24), nihilism (24), psychiatry / psychology (24), dysfunctional family (24), fathers and daughters (24), linguistics (24), immortality (24), high fantasy (24), grammar (24), Scandinavia (24), Publisher: Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition (23), Publisher: New Directions (23), medicine / physician (23), prostitution (23), Mexico (23), disaster (23), Malazan Empire (23), Warhammer 40k (23), noir (23), Japanese author (23), British history (23), mothers and sons (23), American Civil War (23), business (22), biology (22), bilingual (22), brothers (22), Japanese literature (22), quirky (22), rape (22), cults (22), incest (22)
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Aggiunto
Aug 10, 2020
Nome vero
Katie and Tanner
Informazione su di me
This is the library of Katie and Tanner, a young couple living in Northeastern Wisconsin in a cozy 3-bedroom apartment with their 4 cats and 1,500+ books.

Tanner is a college-level ESL instructor. He loves sci-fi / fantasy and history, with a focus on 17th century Europe. With degrees in linguistics and English, he has a passion for languages (mainly Spanish, Russian, and German). Other interests include sports (particularly college football and professional WI teams), painting miniatures, and music. He's also hopelessly addicted to podcasts and Duolingo.

Katie has her BA in French, and is currently studying hard to pass the state board exams to become a high school history teacher. She loves modern literary fiction, translated fiction, and Victorian classics. Other interests include interior design, crocheting, and baseball (Go Brewers!). She's also hopelessly addicted to Stardew Valley and Reddit.
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Appleton, WI
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