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Old 01-13-2003, 10:50 PM   #1
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Currently reading?

I'm taking a Movies From and as Literature course, so I just finished up In the Name of the Father . We're watching the movie next Wednesday, it'll be a nice diversion from all of the flicks we've been watching in black and white that skip on the VCR and give me a headache. Not to mention the U2 connections, and it's a damn good book.

After that, it's off to write a term paper on A Clockwork Orange , and once that is finished, I'm going to read Lolita and some King Arthur book my cousin gave me for my birthday.
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Old 01-13-2003, 10:52 PM   #2
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I'm currently reading The Corrections and Live From New York (history of Saturday Night Live).

Lolita is one of my all time favorite books.
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"About a Boy"

And "Wilderness," Jim Morrison poetry.
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Lireal by Garth Nix and then Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole.
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Currently: I just finished Surfacing by Margaret Atwood and Measure for Measure by Shakespeare.

Next, onto Othello and A Question of Power.

yes, these are school books. I don't think my bio textbook counts. I wish I had time to read real books...*sigh*
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I wish I still had to read school books!
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I'm finishing up Dubliners by James Joyce.

About a Boy is such a great book, I love Nick Hornby's writing style! I've read all four of his books and cannot wait for something new.
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[COLOR=royal blue]Hooray for time to read what I want to read, INSTEAD of school books
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Worst Book Ever...

OK I got this idear from Unforgettable Lemon's book thread....

What's the worst book you ever HAD to read....like for school?

For me, Flatland by....I don't even remember who wrote it. I also didn't like The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho or Annie Dillard's The Pilgrim at Tinker Creek.

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Silas Marner.
sucks arse.
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dracula, or old man and the sea.
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