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To Reign in Hell
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Finnegans Wake
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progress:  On page 50. "Boyles and Cahills, Skerretts and Pritchards,
viersefied and piersified may the treeth we tale of live in stoney.
Here line the refrains of. Some vote him Vike, some mote him
Mike, some dub him Llyn and Phin while others hail him Lug
Bug Dan Lop, Lex, Lax, Gunne or Guinn. Some apt him Arth,
some bapt him Barth, Coll, Noll, Soll, Will, Weel, Wall but I
parse him Persse O'Reilly else he's called no name at all."
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I always like Furst's books. To a certain extent, they are all similar. A conflicted man, with some noble underpinnings gets drawn over his head into a world of intrigue that he only vaguely understands it. This time its a minor film producer just af ...more
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To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
To Kill a Mockingbird
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It's a sin to kill a mockingbird, because all they do is make music and never harm anyone. And by the end of the book, Scout, the narrator, has learned something. Because she realizes it would be a sin to drag Boo Radley out into public, because all ...more
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Pet Sematary by Stephen King
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When I first read this book, I had not read any Lovecraft or the short story, The Monkey's Paw. As a result, I was unaware of how derivative it is. But the odd thing is that being derivative doesn't make this book worse, or at least not much worse. T ...more
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