Soon there won’t be much room for customers at The Boar’s Head.
… although it still isn’t keeping pace with my book buying. Buying books and reading books operate in entirely different dimensions, as my overflowing bookshelves will tell you. When I hit 100 books, which isn’t far off, if you include the Arden Third editions of the plays themselves, I may have to employ an orangutan to take the bookshelf into L-space. (GNU Sir Terry Pratchett)
We’re up to 55 volumes now …
The last ten or so are highlighted in bold and green. Highlights include the three volumes which I’ve recently read to improve my contextual knowledge of Christopher Marlowe‘s Edward II – check out Given-Wilson, Levin and Riggs.
This is, to quote Cumberbatch‘s Sherlock, my ‘mind-palace’.
Because I adopt a bit of a scattergun approach to buying the volumes I chance upon at second-hand bookshops, etc, I’m conscious that I might be missing something – but what? LET ME KNOW, please!
Alternatively, if there’s something you read that you think I ought to reconsider, again, I’d like to know …