What (sub)heading are you reading now?
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I've just started Conquering Gotham, the title of which is a mere coincedence given what movies are currently out in theaters. It will take care of the TF heading (railroad engineering and operation); my only T's to date are knitting/fiber books (TT), a photography textbook (TR), and a cookbook (to take care of the TX's).
This morning I dove headfirst into the GT subheading with Eileen Power's Medieval People. Meanwhile at home I'm reading yet another E, Everyday Life in Early America. This one is a small book and has been sitting on my shelf unread for years.
Meanwhile, I'm working on a pair of stockings from Knitting Vintage Socks (TT). I don't know which I should find more distressing: the fact that my knitting won't help me fill out my headings* or that I'm maybe a third of the way done with one stocking that I've been working on since Thanksgiving.
*All my knitting books have fall under the TT subheading (Handicrafts. Arts and crafts.), with the exception of a few magazines and a single oddball, Jane Sowerby's Victorian Lace Today. This book was somehow classified under NK (Decorative arts), despite being little different from my other knitting books.
TF Nothing like it in the world
DS The amazing adventures of the jewish people
E Half moon
unclassified?! Wildfire and americans ... it's Dewey 307 .. but I might classify it under CB History of Civilizations, which has the subclass 'Geography and civilization' which I think generally suits the discussion of the book - it's about how American population dispersion (ie sprawl) has led to development in fire-prone areas, putting people at risk.
ETA that only TF will be a new heading for me. Dangit.
Oh well - I already have an HT - the death and life of great american cities which is really really fascinating, and still applicable despite its age.