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(Short List)   14 daunting books that every man should read. Subby has read less than zero of these   ( shortlist.com) divider line
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2012-04-27 09:54:01 AM  
4 votes:
Books? What channel are they on?
2012-04-27 12:36:30 PM  
2 votes:
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2012-04-27 12:09:00 PM  
2 votes:
Now I just want to make fatty porn where Ahab obsesses with "spearing" the White Whale.
2012-04-27 07:04:54 AM  
2 votes:
My head coach didn't want any sissies, so he read Ulysses to us.
2012-04-27 07:00:57 AM  
2 votes:
Total read: 5
Total enjoyed: 0
2012-04-27 11:12:41 AM  
1 vote:
I think the only thing David Foster Wallace wrote that I enjoyed was his suicide note.
2012-04-27 10:57:59 AM  
1 vote:
For Proust I prefer Remembrance of Things Past . Proust's novel ostensibly tells of the irrevocability of time lost, the forfeiture of innocence through experience, the reinstallment of extra-temporal values of time regained, ultimately the novel is both optimistic and set within the context of a humane religious experience, re-stating as it does the concept of intemporality. In the first volume, Swann, the family friend visits...
2012-04-27 08:06:01 AM  
1 vote:
I read Foucault's Pendulum before they invented Wikipedia.

I'm not sure how I did that.
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