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message 2: by Az (last edited Jun 28, 2010 05:51AM) (new)


message 3: by Pat aka Tygyr (new)

Pat aka Tygyr (tygyr) Aziz wrote: "28/05/2010
1. Hear the Wind Sing - Haruki Murakami
2. Pinball, 1973 - Haruki Murakami
3. The Bell Jar - Sylvia Plath
4. Slaughterhouse-Five - Kur..."


I love The Bell Jar, I reread it every few years, but have not read Ariel. Did you have a favorite between the 2? Should I add Ariel to my very long to read list? Is it worth bumping it up to a higher number on my to read list rather than the bottom? Thanks for any input.


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Az (a_krich) Hello Pat.

I would say that it depends on which variety of literature you prefer to read as both tend to deal with existential paranoia. Myself? I preferred her plethora of poetry.


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message 13: by Heather (new)

Heather Oh, I LOVED Master and Margarita! What did you think of it?


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Az (a_krich) Heather wrote: "Oh, I LOVED Master and Margarita! What did you think of it?"

Loved it. Wasn't at all what I expected, after reading Heart of a Dog, I was much more inclined to expecting a subtle satire at Stalinist regime.


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