#1
So I searched and didn't find anything, although I don't know who else would post a thread on this.

Has anyone ever read the book "Running in the Family" by Michael Ondaatje?

If so, could they please explain to me what the **** it is about. It seems so random and illogical chronologically and whatnot.

I'm only 80 pages in and I've already read some poem about fitting a scorpion in a glass tube, anecdotes about drunken fathers and crocodile tongues.

oh and while you're at it, could you probe the writer's language, prose style, and meaning? I need to write an essay.

/rant
How can i forget the way you led me through the path into heaven to leave me behind?
#3
Read it...Grade 11.
It's about his life pretty much.
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#4
lol that book sounds stupid
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