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Every Third Thought by John Barth
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really liked it

Shakespeare. Puns. Age-old and old-age wisdom. Sex. True Love (there it is again, what a roll!). Current events. Life and death. Did someone say meta-fiction? Or, as Barth calls it, post-mortem fiction. In 182 pages. That's what I call Creative Rotting. Delightful. For those seeking details, google James Greer's LA review of books piece from may 24, 2012.

What he said. And Barth wrote.
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June 1, 2014 – Finished Reading
June 5, 2014 – Shelved

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