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guitarxo
cat
Join date: Oct 2008
10 IQ
#13881
Hey I have the HeLa book too. I actually have to read it for a class soon so I'm thinking I might just knock it out this weekend.


But I am also reading an adorable little book about cats and I'd hate to leave it in the middle.
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Strumming22
Registered User
Join date: Oct 2015
10 IQ
#13884
Just finished Eat Pray Love. Thought it was a great book, until I discovered the author got a divorce from her husband in the book...not a happy ending lol
Demon Wolf
GT's Iron Fisted Leader
Join date: Jul 2005
60 IQ
#13885
Finished the audio book version of Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children... I liked it alot, good pacing and nice premise.

The movie is out in a month or so, gonna have to watch that. Even though they made some glaring changes, but probably in the interest of the visual spectacle
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guitarxo
cat
Join date: Oct 2008
10 IQ
#13886
I bought Eat Pray Love from an airport bookstore and right after I paid for it, I overheard two women talking about how awful it was. I still read it though.
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neidnarb11890
coming colors everywhere
Join date: Mar 2006
127 IQ
#13887
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I'm reading Life of Pi for teaching 'cuz it was summer reading for students & I will have to grade essays on it.

I finished Life of Pi last weekend -- good read, I enjoyed it. Of course I do not go in for all that God stuff, but (like a good Romantic) I just substitute him for the Imagination.

In keeping with my "high school classics," I've been zipping along through Great Expectations on my week off, teehee. It is very trippy & powerful to think of what a different person I am & what the book means to me now vs. when I half-read it in freshman English vs. when I really read it at 19.

tfw Pip's horror at discovering his true benefactor is the horror of coming face-to-face with the ugly Labor that makes the Bourgeoisie's leisure possible.
ali.guitarkid7
Gets Easier
Join date: Oct 2009
100 IQ
#13888
Quote by neidnarb11890
I finished Life of Pi last weekend -- good read, I enjoyed it. Of course I do not go in for all that God stuff, but (like a good Romantic) I just substitute him for the Imagination.

Yeah lol guilty as well
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I am sick of [Ali] coming into every thread and calling someone a straight white male "haha LOOK at this STRAIGHT WHITE MALE saying THESE THINGS oh my GOODNESS"

every. single. time.
steve_muse
beating a dead forum
Join date: Dec 2007
30 IQ
#13889
I really need to read more Dickens. I think I got through half of Great Expectations at uni before the seminar on it and just dropped it for other texts I had to read lol It makes me feel like a fraud whenever I describe things as 'Dickensien' cos I feel like I shouldn't be able to use that term with any authority lol


his writing is terribly boring tho #contemporarykid
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He made them an offer they couldn't understand.
BladeSlinger
nerd
Join date: Jan 2007
120 IQ
#13890
I've tried reading Dickens and just can't. My step mom got me a copy of Great Expectations and A Tale of Two Cities so I had to act like I was really happy to get them.
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Primus2112
whatever you say "Mor-ty"
Join date: Jul 2008
113 IQ
#13891
im a bit into infinite jest now

the fuck is the deal with this book
i miss the old kanye
ali.guitarkid7
Gets Easier
Join date: Oct 2009
100 IQ
#13892
What is it?
Quote by Aeolian Harmony
Ali priori / Ali posteriori

Quote by EndTheRapture51
I am sick of [Ali] coming into every thread and calling someone a straight white male "haha LOOK at this STRAIGHT WHITE MALE saying THESE THINGS oh my GOODNESS"

every. single. time.