Thursday, January 04, 2007

This Anglo-Saxonist's Library

I'm actually not thrilled about the way these pictures came out. We need a new digital camera, but as I just got a new computer yesterday, it may be a while. In any event, here are the most research-focused shelves of the library. I think some of the pictures are clear enough for people to be able to browse.
I'm working on a writing up the list of a basic library for the Anglo-Saxonist, but that might be a while as there are some other committments out there that have to get taken care of, and switching from one computer to the other is taking longer than I thought it would.


Jason Fisher said...

Hey Mike. From what I can tell, it looks like a great collection. It was fun to see which books we have in common (e.g., Orrin Robinson's Old English and Its Closest Relatives -- I love that book!). I'll be darned if I can figure out how's you've got your books organized, though! They seem to be rather mixed up to me -- is there a subtle or complicated scheme there? :)

Jason Fisher said...

"How's you've got"?! Whoops! :)

ek said...

Admirable collection; a veritable feast for the eyes -- and the mind! Looking forward to that list of basic library.

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