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quest for the lost city

It is 1:20 PM Wednesday afternoon in my modern life. It is not a warm day. A very cloudy day outside. I did find the courage to leave our house this morning to visit thrift stores and to go get office supplies.

I found these used books today at thrift stores to add to our book collection-

"Desert Notes: Reflections In The Eye Of A Raven" & "River Notes: The Dance Of Herons" one paperback Nature writings by Barry Lopez (One of my favorite books was written by Lopez titled, "Arctic Dreams".)

Barry Lopez
http://www.barrylopez.com/

"Gertrude & Claudius" a novel by John Updike (I collect the writings of Updike.)

"A History of Modern France-Volume 1: 1715-1799" by Alfred Cobban

"A History of Modern France-Volume 2: 1799-1871" by Alfred Cobban

"I Will Fear No Evil" a novel by Robert A. Heinlein (I recently found used Robert A. Heinlein's famous novel "Stranger in a Strange Land" at a thrift shop.)

"The Age Of Constantine The Great" by Jacob Burckhardt [Translated by Moses Hadas] (I have already in our library two books by Burckhardt. Burckhardt wrote a famous book titled, "The Civilization Of The Renaissance In Italy".)

Jacob Burckhardt
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob_Burckhardt

"Quest For The Lost City: A True Life Adventure" by Dana & Ginger Lamb
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2015779.Quest_for_the_Lost_City

"King Leopold's Ghost: A Story Of Greed, Terror, And Heroism In Colonial Africa" by Adam Hochschild

"Half A Life" a novel by V. S. Naipaul (I collect the writings of Naipaul. I already have this novel by him, I bought it to give away.)

"Dr. Spock: An American Life" biography by Thomas Maier

"Father Melancholy's Daughter" a novel by Gail Godwin (I recently started collecting the writings of Godwin.)
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