Ooh, I love surveys!
How many books read in 2011?
Gosh, I really don't know because I don't keep track like that. Probably 25-30.
Almost all non-fiction. Well...probably about 5 fiction, and the rest non-fiction.
Definitely more male. At least four female, maybe a couple that I'm forgetting.
Favorite book read?
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Proverbs to Ashes
Oldest book read?
Athanasius' On the Incarnation, apparently written in 318 A.D.
Longest book title?
Wedding Feast of the Lamb: Eucharistic Theology from a Biblical, Historical, and Systematic Perspective
Shortest book title?
I think Uncle Tom's Cabin, Proverbs to Ashes, and On the Incarnation all tie at 3 words each.
How many re-reads?
2- On the Incarnation, From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
Most books read by one author this year?
Hmm....I rather doubt I have any multiples. N.T. Wright, if anyone.
Any in translation?
Several, but I couldn't identify them all. Mostly textbooks for class. A Key to the Doctrine of the Eucharist was a translation, the excerpts from Jungel. Obviously On the Incarnation.
How many books were borrowed from the library?
Very few, if any.
Name a book you've read this year which was recommended by a blogger?
Orthodoxy, by G.K. Chesterton.