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Eleven Minutes,’ by Paulo Coelho. It’s the story of a Brazilian women who moves to Switzerland and is forced into prostitution, but she eventually finds love through the whole ordeal.”

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Gravity’s Rainbow,’ by Thomas Pynchon. It’s categorized as meta-fiction. It’s pretty abstract.”

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Memorial Day,’ by Vince Flynn. It’s about a hired assassin for the U.S. who travels to the Middle East to take care of terrorist who are a threat.”

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The Feminine Mystique,’ by Betty Friedan and Anna Quindlen. It’s a revolutionary book about feminism and women going into the workplace.”


bearded_gnome 10 years, 12 months ago

still reading "the Med': a portrait of a sea, very well written combo of history, geography, oceanography, cultures, etc.

MSC: this weekend, later today in fact, on booktv will be a very lengthy presentation by Jimmy Carter, followed by some of the very active critics of his recent book. find out schedule/more at:

you get booktv on C-SPAN II on weekends, is very cool all weekend presenting nonfiction authors discussing their books, often reading from them. if c-span not available up in the frozen tundra where you live, you can watch through the web, at they are a very cool set of channels.

saw much of the critics program, was well done point by point.

budwhysir 10 years, 12 months ago

I am reading the letters to the editor in the LJW

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