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non-American authors (835), literary fiction (572), American author (469), translated works (453), classics (415), contemporary fiction (356), historical fiction (306), American literature (291), humor (288), war (281), English author (252), politics (248), fantasy (244), relationships (231), romance (219), family (213), coming of age (189), religion (187), adventure (184), satire (182), history (175), WWII (174), English literature (174), social commentary (168), England (164), short stories (160), friendship (147), philosophy (146), science fiction (146), France (144), marriage (143), magical realism (142), postmodern (137), realism / realistic (135), bildungsroman (133), speculative fiction (128), death and dying (124), sex / sexuality (121), crime (119), writers / writing (116), language (113), London (111), French author (104), travel (102), Russian literature (101), supernatural (100), magic (99), French literature (99), Russian author (98), American history (97), murder (94), mystery (94), modernism (94), Russia (92), journey / quest (92), psychological fiction (91), New York City (91), poverty (90), Nobel Prize Winner (90), family saga (88), identity (88), domestic fiction (88), Paris (87), autobiographical fiction (87), science / scientists (86), reference (86), epic fantasy (82), Christianity (81), feminism (81), colonialism (80), betrayal (80), Women in Translation (79), military history (77), women (77), Germany (77), LGBTQ (76), fairy tales / folklore (76), Soviet Union (75), tragedy (74), adultery / infidelity (73), mythology (73), art / art history (72), race relations (71), communism (71), mass market paperback (71), racism (71), story collection (69), Britain (69), WWI (69), dystopia (68), surreal / surrealism (68), poetry / poets (67), essays (66), suicide (65), society (64), drugs (62), existentialism (62), Publisher: NYRB (62), Publisher: Penguin Classics (61), memoir (61), dark humor (61), Victorian (61), dark fantasy (59), experimental 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postcolonialism (33), future (33), thriller (32), theatre (32), loss (32), working class (32), courage (32), military fiction (32), time travel (32), Irish author (32), abuse (32), ancient history (31), aristocracy (31), grief (31), anthology (31), Asian literature (31), time (31), college (31), addiction (30), interwar (30), theology (30), unreliable narrator (30), witches / witchcraft (30), artists (29), economics / economy (29), New England (29), apocalyptic / post-apocalyptic (29), environment (29), stream-of-consciousness (29), terrorism (29), Irish literature (29), obsession (28), Renaissance (28), Indian literature (28), small town (28), biographical fiction (28), Ireland (28), aliens (28), Booker Prize Winner (27), Indian author (27), atheism (27), Scandinavia (27), destiny (27), ships (27), disaster (27), Romanticism (27), Russian language (27), socialism (27), government (27), China (27), ethics (27), grammar (27), heroism (27), medieval England (27), Booker Prize Shortlist (26), slipstream (26), Norway (26), wizards (26), fathers and daughters (26), Great Depression (26), mothers and daughters (26), artificial intelligence (26), Warhammer (26), dysfunctional family (25), nihilism (25), immortality (25), linguistics (25), Publisher: New Directions (25), American Civil War (25), rural (25), medicine / physician (25), noir (25), antiquarian (24), alchemy (24), imperialism (24), Mexico (24), islands (24), psychiatry / psychology (24), incest (24), Malazan Empire (24), Norwegian literature (24), nouveau roman (24), high fantasy (24), Norwegian author (24), business (24), biology (23), Southern literature (23), Japanese author (23), Publisher: Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition (23), Warhammer 40k (23)
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Núvol d'etiquetes, Núvol d'autors, Mirall d'etiquetes
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S'ha unit
Aug 10, 2020
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Katie and Tanner
Sobre mi

This is the library of Katie and Tanner, a married couple living in Northeastern Wisconsin in a cozy apartment with their 3 cats and nearly 2,000 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. His time is mostly spent on Duolingo and researching and co-hosting the podcast Beyond the Breakers.

Katie has her BA in French, and is a certified high school history teacher. (Although getting the nerve to actually apply for a teaching position has yet to happen. Maybe one day.) She hopes to eventually become a freelance French translator. She loves modern literary fiction, translated fiction, and Victorian classics. Other interests include interior design, crocheting, and baseball (Go Brewers!). Her time is mostly spent reading, getting nearer to fluency in French, and playing Stardew Valley.
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Appleton, WI
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