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That sounds interesting. When I'm not drunk and surrounded by pussy I think I'll check that out

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I came across my old copy of Miracle At Philadelphia by Catherine Drinker Bowen. It's a nice account of the Constitutional Convention, covering not only the proceedings but also the after-hours meetings between the delegates. Interesting stuff for a nerd like me.

The author was an interesting character. She never went to college, but became one of the most respected authors of biographies and history of her day.

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I'm still in the Idylls of the King by Tennyson. I read slow because I rarely have time for it. I absolutely ADORE middle english. It is so romantic and beautiful. When writing of Arthur speaking of Gueneviere,

"To her that is the fairest under heaven, I seem as nothing in the mighty world, and cannot will my will, nor work my work Wholly, nor make myself in mine own realm Victor and lord. But were I join'd with her, then might we live together as one life, and reigning with one will in everything have power in this dark land to lighten it, and power on this dead world to make it live."

She ends up having an affair with his hot knight Lancelot, so it ends up badly LOL. But the beauty of the words in saying that a King, with all in the world at his disposal, is nothing without the love of one woman...that is good writing.


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I will, thanks. I enjoy suggestions from people I know to be intelligent.

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Gina, I think that you'd enjoy Master and Margarita, by Mikhail Bulgakov. Check it out some day.

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Blame - Michelle Huneven -

Meditation for Beginners - Jon Kabat Zinn

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Me too, but we didn't read that one in HS. I don't know why.

I'm thinking of going through the list of banned books and reading all of them, although, I already have read most, not knowing they were "banned." I still can't believe there even is such a thing.

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Lady, it's one of my favorites as well.

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I loved To Kill a Mockingbird too. I'm glad it is still a requirement to read in school. I am currently reading another book on meditation.

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I am reading To Kill a Mockingbird again. The 11 year old had to read it fo school so I grabbed it when he finished. I do love this book.

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