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    william butler yeats biography

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    Arcadia - Iain Pears
    I really enjoyed "Stone's Fall"
    Imagine a landscape.
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    Thoroughly enjoying it.

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    Arcadia - Iain Pears
    I really enjoyed "Stone's Fall"
    Imagine a landscape.
    Reached page 110
    Thoroughly enjoying it.

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    Water Ghosts by Shawna Yang Ryan

    Quite a beautiful book, I am nearly finished.

    Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before. ~ Edgar Allan Poe

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    I'm reading a lot of Iain M. Banks and Iain Banks (same person) at the moment
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    ay up

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    The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test by Tom Wolfe. It tells the story of Ken Kesey and his Merry Pranksters.

    I also read The Kandy-Kolored Tangerine Flake Streamline Baby last year, a collection of early contributions for Esquire by Tom Wolfe. Even if the Kool-Aid Acid Test is an engaging read, I would rather go for Streamline Baby. The portrait of Jr Johnson is Wolfe at it best in my humble opinion.

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    "Some things in life need solitude to thrive. Can only flourish in seclusion and loneliness. Without affection hushing and deceptively lulling them to sleep.

    The pursuit of dreams is such a thing."

    Tom Fitch - Intersection Diaries

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    I am reading news right now ..
    if you want to read it click here

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    The Green Miles
    Smile to the world and world Smiles Back!

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    Reading Aldous Huxley's "Time Must Have a Stop", which will complete my having read all 11 of his accepted novels. This bit of lighter reading comes after finishing Franz Werfel's nearly 900 page "The Forty Days of Musa Dahg." I love my early 20th century German speaking/writing (often jewish) authors, but Huxley's heavenly wit and criticism of human folly and efforts to overcome always brings smiles.

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