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BOOK INVENTORY

So, late last night scandalousnurse suggested we compare books and immathrowabrickatyou was curious what’s on my shelves too.  

So, I spent like two hours just now cataloging every book currently in my possession (not including stuff on my Kindle, or things that are in storage for safekeeping, i.e., sets of Dickens and Shakespeare published in the 1800s). 

So, here’s a list of all the books I currently own, organized by category and then alphabetized by author, because I work in a bookstore and that’s how we do things. 

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Jacob Hoefnagel
Flemish, 1575 - c.a. 1630
After Joris Hoefnagel, designer
Netherlandish, 1542-1600
Workshop of Theodor de Bry, printmaker
Netherlandish, 1528-1598
The locusts have no king, yet all of them march in rank. Proverbs 30, 27, from the book Archetypa studiaque patris Georgii Hoefnagelii, Frankfurt, 1592
Engraving on laid paper/RISD Museum