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Currently readingDubliners by James Joyce
Paradise Lost by John Milton
Confessions of a Philosopher: A Personal Journey Through Western Philosophy from Plato to Popper by Bryan Magee
The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer
The Glass Bead Game: (Magister Ludi) A Novel by Hermann Hesse
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Animal
Really? Perfect five for Blood Meridian?
It's like a diluted teen version of Notes from Underground.
The prose isn't phenomenal, but the story hooked me. I read it in 4 days even with all the packing. I'm not sure about message. I think it stand better as a story of life as it is right now, not as a message about how to live.
Not a fan. You can have it if you want to check it out though. I might be the only person who doesn't think the prose is great. Freedom is worth a look. I like it a lot.
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