Whose reading list is most like mine?

Grinding through the numbers from this poll, the numbers of books from my 2009 list reported by each respondent are as follows:

101; 80; 79; 75; 73; 73; 73; 66; 65; 64; 63; 61; 60; 60; 60; 59; 59; 58; 58; 57; 56; 56; 56; 54; 52; 51; 51; 50; 49; 48; 48; 47; 47; 46; 46; 45; 44; 44; 44; 43; 43; 43; 42; 42; 41; 41; 41; 41; 39; 39; 39; 39; 39; 38; 38; 38; 38; 37; 37; 37; 36; 36; 35; 33; 33; 32; 32; 31; 31; 30; 30; 30; 30; 29; 29; 29; 29; 29; 28; 27; 27; 26; 25; 24; 24; 24; 24; 24; 23; 21; 21; 20; 20; 20; 20; 20; 19; 19; 18; 17; 17; 16; 15; 15; 15; 14; 13; 13; 12; 10; and 6.

And of those of you who responded to this poll, the book tallies were:

62; 53; 52; 51; 48; 40; 36; 35; 34; 32; 32; 31; 30; 29; 29; 28; 28; 28; 27; 27; 25; 25; 24; 23; 22; 21; 20; 20; 18; 18; 18; 18; 18; 18; 18; 17; 16; 16; 15; 15; 15; 14; 13; 13; 12; 11; 11; 11; 11; 11; 10; 2 and 1

, our bookshelves are obviously linked through L-Space!

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1 Response to Whose reading list is most like mine?

  1. davesangel says:

    Speaking as someone with undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in English Literature and Language, I wholeheartedly agree with this (there is nothing grammatically incorrect with either of the sentences, sums it up perfectly here)

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