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Summer reading: fun & madness

From: sivert
Sent on: Wednesday, June 11, 2008 12:57 AM
Hello all,

I have scheduled the next few meetings after Narcissus and Goldmund on June 22.

In my opinion, summer reading should not use any less of the brain than the reading we do the rest of the year. But it is certainly suitable if it contains a bit of fun and madness!
I'm actually not sure which is fun and which is madness, but here are the next books:

On July 13, we will discuss Kesey's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. This book was in the latest poll, and got almost as many votes as the winner, McCullers.

Then, we will move on to Dickens' Pickwick Papers. As it is a longer book we will split it in parts
I on August 3 and II on August 17

Enjoy the reading


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