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    I'm about 10 pages away from finishing Malone Dies by Samuel Beckett. It was kind of a difficult read for me, so I had to drag myself through the first 70 pages or so. It was worth it though--it get's pretty intense towards the end, which is cliche, but yeah. I'll probably have to give it another run-through.

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    Heavier Than Heaven, a Kurt Cobain biography. I'll come back and give it a 3-4 sentence review when I'm done. So far it seems really good.
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    Doktor Glas by Hjalmar Söderberg. It's a Swedish book, a classic really. I've already read it, but that was a long time ago. Rereading as I feel I'm now much more suited to read such a difficult book.

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    I'm reading "The Goldfinch" by Donna Tartt. I'm so excited about this book as I got sucked in within 2 pages and it's so rare that a book draws me in like that... I had to exclaim this somewhere.
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    Newton's Cannon by Gregory Keyes.
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    Revisiting a childhood favorite that my Mom read to me growing up, "A Girl of The Limberlost" by Gene Stratton-Porter.
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    "I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud" by Wordsworth.

    I just rediscovered this poem, but really like it and may try to set it.

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    The Age of Reason by Jean-Paul Sartre. I like it so far.

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    I don't know what I want to read next. Any number of Carl Sagan books, a collection of Andy Rooney essays and observations, or Love in the Time of Cholera. Finally finished Ray Bradbury's a Medicine for Melancholy.
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    I'm a third through Christine Montross' "Falling Into the Fire". A psychiatrist presents half a dozen of the more interesting case studies of mental illness.
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