Archive for Sunday, September 18, 2005

What are you reading?

September 18, 2005


Dane Hanson, cook, Lawrence

"The 'Space Trilogy,' by C.S. Lewis. It's about what would have happened had Adam and Eve not sinned in the Garden of Eden."

Joseph Hess, restaurant manager, Lawrence

"'Dracula,' by Bram Stoker. I came across it by chance so I started reading it, even though everybody else has already read it."

Lorna Moore, research assistant, Lawrence

"'Black Elk Speaks,' by John Neihardt. It's about American Indian culture, the Sioux in particular, and what they went through in the West."

Greg Renck, cook, Lawrence

"I'm reading 'Wired,' by Bob Woodward. It's a biography of John Belushi."

Malena Garcia, cashier, Lawrence

"'In the Time of the Butterflies,' by Julia Alvarez. It's about the Mirabal sisters in the Dominican Republic."


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