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Shawn
Shawn is on page 20 of 222
so far the most pretentious book about not being pretentious i can imagine.
Oct 09, 2008 07:12AM Add a comment
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Catyche
Catyche is on page 133 of 222
I feel like I'm being forced to sludge through some of these sometimes boring and pretentious essays
Oct 30, 2008 01:24PM Add a comment
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q
q is on page 63 of 222
Instant karma for buying from the big box which sprang up down the street from me, this lovely book has fallen into a bucket of mop water.
Dec 13, 2008 08:13PM Add a comment
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q
q is on page 63 of 222
Aaargh! It's dry now. But it was so beautiful and now it's, well, not. I have to buy another one before I can go on with it.
Dec 18, 2008 08:49PM Add a comment
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q
q is on page 63 of 222
new copy, will try hard to keep dry.
Dec 26, 2008 11:38AM Add a comment
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Jennie Aurora
Jennie Aurora is on page 20 of 222
I selected this book for the cover and for my inner comic book geek. I am not LOVING it. I am going to bunker down and get through it this w
Jan 23, 2009 12:41PM Add a comment
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Marie
Marie is on page 70 of 222
hm... now I'm tempted to read The Golden Compass...
Apr 03, 2009 09:12AM Add a comment
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Chrissy
Chrissy is on page 78 of 222
These essays are hit or miss so far. But when Chabon is on, boy is he on!
May 13, 2009 09:00AM Add a comment
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David
David is on page 69 of 222
Started this to get a reset on reading. I am loving this as the prose and thoughts dance.
May 22, 2009 04:31AM Add a comment
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Heather jameyson
Heather jameyson is on page 140 of 256
Wow. Chabon's non fictions is condescending and quite boring. No need to finish this...
Jul 27, 2009 01:36PM Add a comment
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Vika Gardner
Vika Gardner is on page 106 of 222
This is a marvelous book, beautiful as an object. The short non-fiction is interesting and unexpected.
Aug 01, 2009 01:36PM Add a comment
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Nathalie
Nathalie is on page 133 of 222
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Christina
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Mscout
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Mscout
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Mscout
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Simon Reid
Simon Reid is on page 95 of 256
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Mindy
Mindy is on page 54 of 256
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Ryan
Ryan is on page 111 of 222
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Stephen Theaker
Stephen Theaker is on page 107 of 222
Now I remember why I stopped reading this before: too many spoilers!
Nov 28, 2010 12:55AM Add a comment
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Fae
Fae is on page 87 of 222
Feb 02, 2011 01:29PM Add a comment
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Armand
Armand is on page 18 of 222
Started in on Michael Chabon's "Maps and Legends" on the bus this morning. He's starts off by breaking down the barrier between literary short fiction and "genre fiction". Why doesn't the New Yorker publish horror stories ?
Feb 15, 2011 08:05AM Add a comment
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Armand
Armand is on page 45 of 222
Reading the essay on Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes. Just fascinating.
Feb 17, 2011 08:57AM Add a comment
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Armand
Armand is on page 70 of 222
Great essay on Loki, the Norse god of mischief.
Feb 22, 2011 08:09AM Add a comment
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Armand
Armand is on page 86 of 222
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Armand
Armand is on page 105 of 222
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Armand
Armand is on page 129 of 222
Chabon introduces to MR James, possibly the greatest ghost story writer of all time (mostly forgotten now) and inspiration to HP Lovecraft. Ah- to live in a time when men were referred to by two initials and a last name- AI Inezian
Feb 25, 2011 07:37AM Add a comment
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