between the covers

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Tue May 24 08:55:03 EDT 2005


there are writers whose story flows from one scene to the next in an organized manner that allows the mind to flow with it.  there are poets whose prose flows and requires the mind to ponder, this, to me, would b 
 
Don 
 
 
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Bill,

Based on your recommendation I will give him another chance.  I have Victory.  
But my opinion stands on Lord Jim!


thanks,
ron



> 
> From: "Bill DiBenedetto" <billdi at earthlink.net>
> Date: 2005/05/23 Mon PM 09:26:40 CDT
> To: <modlib at algol.owu.edu>
> Subject: Re: between the covers
> 
> Lord Jim is not my favorite Conrad but I would not call it terrible. Far
> from it. It is probably his most well-known because of the movie with Peter
> O'Toole.  My opinion: Heart of Darkness, a novella, is his best, followed by
> Nostromo and Victory.
> 
> bill
> 206-491-0296 (wk)
> 206-963-0499 (personal)
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