Dogeared 53, ModLib 128

Deborah S. Voorhees dsvoorhees at
Thu Jan 13 20:39:06 EST 2005

I'm very glad you opened your "big yap" about reading.  What a delight.  I've
been reading Dr. Zhivago the Everyman's Library edition.  The newer editions are
very nice with cloth and "real"  sewn bindings.  A pleasure to hodl the book and
just enjoy!

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These are the books I have read so far this year.  Right now I am working on
Joseph Andrews.  Last year I completed 78 books, the majority of which were ML,
since that is the most of my library, however; I also read history about WW1,
WW2, France, Poland, Israel, an increditably interesting tome on Napoleon's
invasion of Moscow in 1812, and a couple of Stephen King thingies that pale in
comarison to a combination of The World According to Gard read in conjunction
with the Adventures of Augie March.  I think it might be fun to find a chatroom
and have a discussion about somethings that have been read.  Or maybe just a
site with a place to post thoughts, then folks can go back and forth with ideas.
One thing varacious readers exhibit is a propensity for writing.  Perhaps a ML
has been inspirational for someone to write something and that could be shared.
The boundaries are only imposed by our energy.  I'm truly happy I opened my big
yap about actually reading.  

Mallory Morte D Arthur
Paul The Life & Death of a Spanish Town
Faulker Pylon(First ML 1967)
Crane Maggie a Girl of the Streets(first 1933)

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