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Guest Laughable Butane Bob

Just finished The God Delusion, wasn't impressed. I'm actually picking up books I should have read years ago, but somehow missed. Right now it's The Bell Jar and Slaughter House 5.

 

I'm kinda reading The History of Western Philosophy by Bertrand Russell, a book called Contemporary Clinical Psychology, and I'm teaching myself Topology with Topology by Munkres.

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...Just finished The God Delusion, wasn't impressed...

 

Were there any areas in particular that he didn't address?

 

Not thorough enough?

 

I'm not disagreeing - simply curious as I've yet to finish reading, thereupon gathering my thoughts.

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Guest The Vidiot

Had to bump to say that I'm still reading Pynchon's Against the Day and that it's the most enjoyable, dense and fun reading I've ever had. I took another break in between to read Roman by Polanski, a tell-all autobiography by the director (pretty juicy).

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Guest 277: 930-933

Brief history of time, Stephen Hawking

Trawler, Redmond O'Hanlon

Cowboy in de Pyschiatrie, Bram Bakker

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Guest atropa

richard day's gramsci is dead, on louise michel, and pacifism as pathology from churchill

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i read breakfast at tiffany's by truman capote and naked by david sedaris past two weeks. truman capote is so good at putting a sentence together, oh my good lord.

 

but i need to read less gay literature for a change.

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Guest gazz

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Conan Doyle), The Penultimate Truth (P.K. Dick) and Don Quixote (Cervantes) for over a year. Amongst others, like Frankenstein and the Odyssey, which I've started but am hoping to start again at some point.

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Guest Soothsayer

Notes on a Cinematographer(I know that translation sucks, but it's the most accurate by meaning, in English) by Robert Bresson

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Guest Wall Bird

'Ulysses' by James Joyce.

 

I keep hearing excellent things about it, so I've decided to check it out.

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my latest shipment just came in today:

 

Zeroville - Steve Erickson

Beneath the Underdog: His World as Composed by Mingus - Charles Mingus -CANNOT FUCKING WAIT TO READ THIS ONE!

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'Ulysses' by James Joyce.

 

I keep hearing excellent things about it, so I've decided to check it out.

Nice.

 

Reading at the same time:

 

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