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Re: The sort of fiction you're most likely to find me reading:

by bradcathey (Prior)
on Sep 03, 2003 at 12:44 UTC ( #288615=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to The sort of fiction you're most likely to find me reading:

I immediately parsed the list for the Classics, but, at the risk of offending, I only saw Ulysses (Joyce or Homer--doesn't matter), War &.+, Taming.+, and Rime.+. What about T. Hardy, George Eliot (read all of hers a couple of years ago--amazing insights) or the American, Edith Wharton? To quote Steve Martin, "I'm into language...ahhhhhhhh, ummmmm." To quote my kids, "Yeah, whatev."

Point is, read some fiction--great analog activity needed by all us digitial divas.
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