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Jesse’s review of Pale Horse, Pale Rider
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Oct 06, 2012 04:32PM
Glad to read your review>having trouble reading great books of literature and you nailed it--(most all)"great works of literature are utter tragedies." I feel better just knowing someone else feels the same way. Thank uyou
Oct 07, 2012 08:11AM
Thank you very much Sherry, for taking the time to relate and comment. Much appreciated. I just read another of the most poignant tragedies--Bernard Malamud's
. I'll have to get around to writing a review at some point, though I'm way behind in that sort of thing.
I hope you won't mind my asking you to consider reading my own novel, Song of George: Portrait of an Unlikely Holy Man. I won't say whether it's a tragedy or comedy, but I will suggest that it's something else. (:<)>
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