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Zoe's LC Classification Challenge

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Redigerat: jul 19, 2008, 6:57pm

BJ Ethics: The Great Divorce
BS The Bible: Ancient Near East Vol. 1
BT Doctrinal Theology: Mere Christianity

CB History of Civilization: Dark Age Ahead

D History General: Night
DA History of Great Britain - History of Ireland - History of the British Isles: How the Irish Saved Civilization
DF History of Greece: The Orientalizing Revolution
DG History of Italy - Malta: Annals of Imperial Rome
DS History of Asia: Red China Blues
DT History of Africa: The Caliph's House

E History of America: Fire and Ice

GV Recreation; Leisure: Bringing Down the House

HD Industries; Land use; Labor: Nickel and Dimed
HE Transportation and communications: Lords of the Line
HG Finance: The Wealthy Barber
HQ The family; Marriage; Woman; Sexuality: Why Men Don't Have a Clue and Women Always Need More Shoes

JC Political Theory: Republic

LB Theory and Practice of Education: My Freshman Year

P Philology; Linguistics: The Decipherment of Linear B
PA Greek language and literature; Latin language and literature: Latin Language and Latin Culture
PE English Language: Eats, Shoots and Leaves
PG Slavic languages; Baltic languages; Albanian language: Crime and Punishment
PJ Oriental philology and literature: The Linguist and the Emperor
PL Languages of Eastern Asia, Africa, Oceania: The White Castle
PQ French literature - Italian literature - Spanish literature - Portuguese literature: The Man Who Planted Trees
PR English Literature: Romeo and Juliet
PS American Literature: The Catcher in the Rye
PT German Literature etc.: The Complete Stories of Franz Kafka
PZ Fiction and juvenile belles lettres: Le Petit Prince

Q Science (General): Early Greek Science: Thales to Aristotle
QA Mathematics: Episodes from the Early History of Mathematics
QB Astronomy: The Copernican Revolution
QC Physics: About Time

RC Internal Medicine: Born on a Blue Day

TD Environmental technology. Sanitary engineering: Voices from Chernobyl

okt 14, 2007, 11:31pm

I could have sworn there was more than just my name in the subject.

Redigerat: okt 22, 2007, 11:46am

I realized I've also read:

GV Recreation; Leisure: Bringing Down the House

I'll add it to the list in my original post (and delete that category from my TBR list) when touchstones are working again. Right now they won't seem to reload when I edit a post, and it's driving me crazy!

edit: Yay, touchstones are now reloading. But I figure there's no point in deleting this message.

okt 23, 2007, 8:14pm

I've added Mere Christianity to the list, for BT Doctrinal Theology--the first book I've read just for this challenge (well, and for the Dewey Decimal challenge).

okt 23, 2007, 9:49pm

Yes, I need to see how many I can double up too. Also, I've been waiting for Mere Christianity to come from BookMooch FOREVER now and was thinking how well-suited it might be for this.

okt 23, 2007, 10:10pm

I'm not sure if you've mooched it and are waiting for it to arrive or are waiting for an available copy, but Mere Christianity is on my save-for-later list on BookMooch, and one copy is available (ASIN/ISBN 0060652926) in the edition I have listed, and it looks like a couple of other editions may be available.

okt 28, 2007, 12:01pm

My next completed book: The Wealthy Barber for HG Finance.

nperrin, I hope you get your copy of Mere Christianity soon! It really is a good one for this challenge, well-written and fairly short (even if some of the arguments weren't entirely sound).

I think in the early stages of the challenges it should be pretty easy to double up. My lists at least are so short that pretty much any obscure non-fiction I read is likely to fall into a catagory I haven't already done :)

nov 2, 2007, 11:26am

I've completed The Great Divorce for BJ Ethics.

Redigerat: jul 19, 2008, 7:02pm

I just realized that I've actually completed a few more books for this challenge:

The Orientalizing Revolution: Near Eastern Influence on Greek Culture in the Early Archaic Age in DF History of Greece;
Early Greek Science: Thales to Aristotle in Q Science (General); and The Caliph's House in DT History of Africa.