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Old 01-23-2011, 10:44 PM   #892
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Try Les Mis next, he goes into French historical minutia that even the French probably forgotten. But the parts that are good make it impossible to put down and worth some digressions, much like my posts.

I started Don Quixote and am really digging it. It reads more like a current novel than I thought it would.
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When you finish that read Foe by Coetzee. It will make the Crusoe suffering somewhat worth while. Coetzee is wonderful in his own right.
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Read anything by Chaucer. If you thought Crusoe would make your brain melt...



Just making sure noone was actually suggesting any of these books. Don Quixote I don't know the story to so I might look that up but the rest were just trying to make my head pop and not serious, right?
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