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Reading

On the chopping block, as soon as I wrap up Ward No. 6 and Other stories (Anton Chekhov):

Only two new faces on the scene. I’m extremely delighted with Chekhov at the moment. Pretty refreshing change of pace from Burroughs and Stahl. I actually went to the store to pick up Stahl’s Love Without, and ended up with the first three on that list instead. I was pretty disappointed that I they didn’t have Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned. I’ve read most of these authors before, Mosley and Barrio being the exceptions.

There are still a few on my bookshelf that I just can get myself to read. Dostoyevsky’s Demons being the first, and Saul Bellow’s The Adventures of Augie March. Eventually I’ll choke them down.

At some point I’ll make a list of writing that has changed the way I view literature as a whole, but I’ve just recently become acquainted with Harry Crews.

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