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Cyberspace edited by Michael L. Benedikt.

Inside I found a clipping from Viilage Voice withthis story: Phiber Optik Goes Directly to Jail by Julian Dibbel. Dibell, the author of A Rape in Cyberspace an oft-cited article on Lambdamoo which was expanded in My Tiny Life and, most recently Play Money, has been writing interestingly and entertainingly about virtual communities since the early 90's.


Basics of Left-Handed Calligraphy by Margaret Shepherd


Presidents Birthplaces, Homes and Burial Sites by Rachel M. Kochmann


Tales of Times Square by Josh Alan Friedman


The Celts by Nora Chadwick


Queen Victoria's Little Wars by Byron Farwell


Answer to Job by C. G. Jung


Bye Bye Baby: My Tragic Love Affair with The Bay City Rollers by Caroline Sullivan

Even music critics were young once


The Kingdom in the Country by James Conaway


The History of England by Thomas Babington Macaulay


Private Lives, Public Spirit: Britain: 1870-1914 (Social Hist of Britain) by Jose Harris


Paper Moon by Joe David Brown

Originally titled Addie Pray the book from which Movie (and then, apparently, the TV series) was made


The Vanishing Hitchhiker: American Urban Legends and Their Meanings by Jan Harold Brunvand


Outside Lies Magic: Regaining History and Awareness in Everyday Places by John R. Stilgoe


The Reshaping of Everyday Life: 1790-1840 (Everyday Life in America) . by Jack Larkin


George Orwell: As I Please, 1943-1945 : The Collected Essays, Journalism & Letters (Collected Essays Journalism and Letters of George Orwell) by George Orwell


Spiked Boots: Sketches of the North Country by Robert E. Pike

He's a lumberjack


Just the One: The Wives and Times of Jeffrey Bernard by Graham Lord

A life of Jeffrey Bernard a frequently unwell journalist who liked a drink. Or, probably, a drinker who liked to write. His autobiography, Low Life is most entertaining, if also frightening.


The Rape of Nanking: The Forgotten Holocaust of World War II by Iris Chang


The Best Short Stories of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling


All the Devils Are Here by David Seabrook


Children of the City: At Work and At Play by David Nasaw


Res Gestae Divi Augusti: The Achievements of the Divine Augustus by Augustus


The Hard Life: An Exegesis of Squalor by Flann O'Brien


Scent of Dried Roses by Tim Lott


Medieval Village by G. G. Coulton


One Night Stands by Rosa Liksom


Mythologies by Roland Barthes


Front Row (mugs):


Cafe du Monde


Bonjour Tristesse

The mug of the book by Françoise Sagan


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Taken on February 4, 2007