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But at least coffee and clothing do something, I'll ignore the tobacco ;), diamonds are nearly useless.
Occlith, while it's not the best kept...
I found Diamond: The history of the cold-blooded love affair. by Matthew Hart used. Looks like it has the info I am looking for. 014029001x
Excuse me? Me too? You certainly wouldn't be disparaging my reading comprehension levels would you? Because I know my reading comprehension is...
Ya did say that novella.
There was conflict. It was silly, superficial, pedestrian and boring but there was indeed conflict. Far too much...
I enjoyed When Will Jesus Bring the Pork Chops by George Carlin.
Tigana by Guy Gavriel Kay. Schmaltzy crap tacked onto the end that was very anti-climatic.
Really what does that mean? Is it a shot at The Simpson's? Pynchon? Are you insinuating I stole it from somebody? Well...
What's with people demanding shit around here instead of posting shit?
Post the top ten! Post the prize winners! Post what you think of this...
Wait wait wait. Hold the metaphorical phone! The First Official Hoffer!
I nominated them because of manuel_castro's long history of bringing erudite literary discussion to BAR. After all, if someone with all of seven...
7. Timbuktu, Paul Auster, 181 pages, 4/5 Started January 29th finished January 30th.
6. Snow, Orhan Pamuk, 426 pages, 1/5. Started...
I voted for all of them. Didn't want to to be mean.
Yeah this will work much better now in a new thread.
Beloved has slavery as a topic.
Bought The Wind-up Bird Chronicle by Murakami and The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay by Chabon.
The authors I listed have many great books. It's up to you to look into them and see which tickles your bits best. Plus I'm still in the process...
I was about to suggest Pynchon then I saw this last sentence. Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake maybe? Maybe Rushdie, Nabokov, Roth, Delillo,...
Your welcome Flor. Glad my effort was not for naught.
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