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Rod
Rod is on page 19 of 270
Apr 19, 2011 09:11PM Add a comment
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Rod
Rod is on page 40 of 270
So far, this is really, really good.
Apr 20, 2011 09:19PM Add a comment
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Rod
Rod is on page 58 of 270
Really excellent so far.
Apr 21, 2011 09:02PM Add a comment
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Rod
Rod is on page 78 of 270
Still great so far, very well-written and compelling. It's a shame this book has been out of print for probably 40 years.
Apr 23, 2011 09:24AM Add a comment
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Rod
Rod is on page 91 of 270
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Rod
Rod is on page 113 of 270
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Rod
Rod is on page 120 of 270
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Rod
Rod is on page 134 of 270
Apr 26, 2011 11:16AM Add a comment
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Rod
Rod is on page 148 of 270
Apr 26, 2011 08:59PM Add a comment
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Rod
Rod is on page 154 of 270
I'm loving this book.
Apr 27, 2011 01:31PM Add a comment
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Rod
Rod is on page 166 of 270
Apr 27, 2011 07:58PM Add a comment
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Rod
Rod is on page 174 of 270
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Rod
Rod is on page 198 of 270
Apr 28, 2011 09:20PM Add a comment
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Rod
Rod is on page 34 of 270
Apr 17, 2012 08:57PM Add a comment
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Maureen
Maureen is finished
here at the end. now starting again. :)
Apr 28, 2012 07:55AM 1 comment
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Rod
Rod is finished
Second read, I stand by my five stars.
Apr 29, 2012 07:12PM Add a comment
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Daniel
Daniel is on page 102 of 270
This book smells GREAT. Book itself is super good so far. There is something about the narrator that fascinates me--he seems to either hate himself or the fact that he has to exist. He seems to want to run away from love and identity but cannot. It just connects with me, which I realize now is probably not a great sign on how I am doing, but this connection is the kind of thing that makes a reading experience great.
Jul 25, 2012 12:25AM Add a comment
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Daniel
Daniel is on page 217 of 270
Now our protagonist is thinking about his penis. He's learned that it's not there just to give himself pleasure, but to pleasure others as well! How moving. And then: "This discovery led me at last to the definition--love: to give yourself. Make love: to create through giving yourself to others."
Jul 31, 2012 11:48PM Add a comment
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Kris
Kris is on page 40 of 270
Aug 25, 2012 06:50AM 4 comments
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Kris
Kris is on page 105 of 270
I am loving chapter 7. So many wonderful passages on the survival instinct, cooperative ventures and the social condition among humans, etc. Brilliant writing.
Aug 25, 2012 04:37PM Add a comment
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Kris
Kris is on page 144 of 270
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Les
Les is on page 135 of 270
Nov 01, 2012 10:50AM Add a comment
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Les
Les is on page 235 of 270
Nov 02, 2012 07:25AM Add a comment
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Ademption
Ademption is on page 79 of 270
Feb 07, 2013 06:54AM Add a comment
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Drew
Drew is on page 48 of 270
"I began to see why Victor drank so little . . . Alcohol was for people who basically wished to be dead but lacked the courage to kill themselves. It was a kind of little suicide; it annihilated you for eight hours during which you had the sweet peace of a corpse and then it gave you another chance, your head thudding and your mouth tasting like a parrot cage to remind you you had been somewhere."
Apr 09, 2013 12:11PM Add a comment
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Drew
Drew is on page 117 of 270
"The surgeon in charge of the ward was a naval commander named Waldbach. He was supposed to have been an eminent specialist in civilian life, a member of the Columbia medical faculty and a world-wide authority on burns. I don't know what a surgeon that good is doing in the Navy. Maybe people didn't get burned often enough in civilian life to suit him."
Apr 09, 2013 05:28PM Add a comment
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Drew
Drew is on page 181 of 270
"What institutions wanted out of you was...something that could be put down on a form. If there was anything unconventional about your case they preferred not knowing about it. Telling them the truth was like pouring sand in the gears...I learned that in San Quentin, the only institution of higher learning I ever attended, and it was a valuable piece of wisdom which served me well the rest of my life."
Apr 09, 2013 09:56PM Add a comment
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