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Is anyone going to read the new biography on Raymond Carver?
Italian Touch by Donatella Sartorio
Painting as Model by Yve-Alain Bois
The Translator by Leila Aboulela. It's for a Lit class I'm taking. Surprisingly it's actually pretty good.
Finished reading Gatsby a few weeks ago. Don't really read novels that much.
Read Letters, Principle Doctrines, and Vatican Sayings by Epicurus today.
The City and Man by Leo Strauss.
The Cold Six Thousand...James Ellroy
Strauss wasn't conservative enough so I set him aside to read The Law by Bastiat. Will resume Strauss this afternoon.
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet'ss Nest, by Stieg Larsson. The 3rd and final book in the Millennium trilogy. If you haven't heard of or read any of them yet, I highly recommend them.
I'm reading Gatsby again. First time since high school. Oh man. The pale tone of detachment between characters is great. As is the imagery. As are the illusions.
John Fowles' The Magus. what an amazing mindfuck. highly highly recommended.
I haven't started yet, but I intend to read david cross' ''i drink for a reason''.
The Sourcebook of Magic: 2nd ed
-L. Michael Hall.
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