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We make recommendations based on your interests.

We examine the items you've purchased, items you've told us you own, and items you've rated. We compare your activity on our site with that of other customers, and using this comparison, recommend other items that may interest you in Your Amazon.

Your recommendations change regularly, based on a number of factors, including when you purchase or rate a new item, and changes in the interests of other customers like you. Because your recommendations fluctuate, we suggest that you add items that interest you to your Wish List or Shopping Cart.

Note: You may occasionally be recommended items that you've already purchased from Amazon. If this happens, it's likely that we are recommending an edition different from the one that you purchased (e.g., paperback, hardcover, Kindle). We generally screen out other editions from Your Recommendations, but a few titles may get past our filters. For steps on how to remove these titles, see Remove Titles from your Recommendations.

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