Membroemily_morine

Coleções
Etiquetas
xy (448), xx (349), 20thcentury (325), menandwomen (281), toberead (209), american (208), thirdperson (195), sex (177), firstperson (176), nonfiction (157), sexuality (144), british (129), husbandsandwives (114), modernism (110), french (108), classic (101), parentsandchildren (98), england (94), history (92), 19thcentury (92), modernist (90), english (82), mentalstates (77), death (75), family (75), contemporary (71), poetry (70), friends (69), frenchlanguage (69), war (68), america (64), violence (63), thepast (60), love (58), queer (56), marriage (52), women (50), artists (48), religion (47), womenfriends (47), writers (46), money (45), art (45), experimental (44), society (44), menfriends (44), britain (43), alcohol (42), philosophy (41), fathersandsons (40), memory (40), mystery (40), victorian (39), sistersandbrothers (37), murder (37), class (37), children (36), race (36), politics (35), mothersandsons (35), adolescence (35), satire (35), men (34), sisters (33), fathersanddaughters (33), biography (32), childhood (30), france (30), shortstories (30), mothersanddaughters (29), literature (29), infidelity (28), theland (28), 21stcentury (28), gender (27), homosexuality (27), artbooks (26), education (26), russian (25), comedy (25), authority (24), richandpoor (24), poems (24), lovers (24), christianity (24), instructional (24), lesbianism (23), journey (23), fiction (22), feminism (22), irish (21), poverty (21), humor (20), orphans (20), fantasy (20), multiplenarratives (19), teachersandstudents (19), blacksandwhites (19), bildungsroman (19), japanese (19), german (19), travel (18), rape (18), paris (18), servantsandmasters (18), music (18), mentalillness (18), romance (17), nortoncriticaleditions (17), findesiecle (17), knitting (17), worldwarII (16), recommendedbybloggers (16), workingclass (16), influential (16), outofwedlock (16), canadian (16), suicide (16), 18thcentury (16), breakingthelaw (16), lesbians (16), lyricism (16), europe (16), boysandgirls (15), africanamerican (15), bloomsbury (15), plays (15), betrayal (15), theory (15), racialprejudice (14), mothersandchildren (14), absurdist (14), russia (14), essays (14), nature (14), christian (14), wolves (14), framenarrative (13), midcentury (13), india (13), illness (13), girlsandboys (13), painting (13), memoir (13), boys (13), newyork (12), childrens'literature (12), adventure (12), families (12), japan (12), adultsandchildren (11), fathersandchildren (11), catholocism (11), familysaga (11), unreliablenarrator (11), culture (11), divorce (10), isolation (10), brothers (10), toldaboutanother (10), renaissance (10), scifi (10), theatre (10), lesbian (9), journalism (9), girls (9), morality (9), theology (9), communism (9), drama (9), ireland (9), manners (9), americansouth (9), jealousy (9), tragedy (9), youth (9), parody (9), madness (9), townandcountry (9), indian (9), losangeles (9), wit (9), ghosts (8), wealth (8), patterns (8), southernregionalist (8), loveaffairs (8), photography (8), nostalgia (8), dreams (8), nihilism (8), stratemeyersyndicate (8), 16thcentury (8), socialclimbing (8), gothic (8), irony (8), nancydrew (8), wwi (8), 1950's (8), surreal (8), imagination (8), biographyproject (8), girlsfiction (8), greek (8), incest (7), sociology (7), spanish (7), italian (7), psychology (7), thesouth (7), seminal (7), historical (7), fiberarts (7), Romantic (7), tradition (7), language (7), literarytheory (7), noir (7), newengland (7), aging (7), greatideas (7), poets (7), books (7), seriesfiction (7), god (7), police (7), abuse (7), home (6), wessex (6), socialtheory (6), stitches (6), farming (6), epistolary (6), power (6), london (6), childhoodclassics (6), sewing (6), loss (6), censorship (6), nationalism (6), slavery (6), writing (6), regency (6), fashion (6), revenge (6), lyrical (6), colonization (6), exploration (6), germany (6), magicalrealism (6), italy (6), labor (6), friendship (6), employers (6), streamofconsciousness (6), masturbation (6), thesea (6), 17thcentury (6), food (6), detective (6), youngadult (6), disease (5), allegory (5), science (5), medieval (5), australian (5), diaries (5), translation (5), intrigue (5), britishliterature (5), novels (5), sculpture (5), australia (5), grief (5), wwii (5), nonsense (5), hypocrisy (5), hungarian (5), epicpoem (5), unitedstates (5), historicalfiction (5), nazis (5), abortion (5), africa (5), youngerwomen (5), guilt (5), worldwarI (5), brothersandsisters (5), generations (5), oppression (5), drugs (5), colonialism (5), antisemitism (5), soldiers (5), economics (5), follyofyouth (5), research (5), jews (5), imperialism (5), feminist (5)
Nuvens
Nuvem de Etiquetas, Nuvem de Autores, Espelho de Etiquetas
Mídia
Grupos
Aderiu
Oct 24, 2006
Real Name
Emily
Sobre Minha Biblioteca
When my partner and I decided to buy a home together, I bought an entire wall's worth of bookshelves, plus a few...almost 100 linear feet of book storage *should* do me for a while. My tastes tend toward 19th & 20th century British and American lit, with a good number of translations and historical studies thrown in for spice. Oh yeah, and a fascination with mass-produced childrens' series fiction from the 1940's and 50's. And Scandinavia. And gender theory. And...
About Me
I am a voracious reader, knitter, sewer, letter-writer, windowbox-gardener, traveler and watcher of DVD's while drinking a cup of tea. One of the following things about me is not true; can you guess which?

1. When I was little, a petite, tone-deaf white girl, I wanted to be Paul Robeson when I grew up.

2. I have seen Laura Bush in my underwear.

3. I have a pirate relative who used to go by the moniker "Roderick the Terrible."
Localização
Portland, Oregon, USA
Página pessoal
http://www.eveningallafternoon.com
Memberships
Autores Favoritos

Member Connections

Amigos
Biblioteca interessante