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  1. Tailsy

    What are you reading? II

    Talking about magical realism, I finally finished The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake, Aimee Bender, via my habit for buying books on Amazon based solely on how interesting I find the titles. It wasn't as good as I thought it was going to be, but it was entertaining enough! Lots of people hated...
  2. Tailsy

    What are you reading? II

    I haven't read it personally (I've only read Green's Paper Towns, which was all right) but even if that was the intention, Cirrus probably doesn't feel like the novel achieved that very well or in a manner e liked. I'm still repeatedly thumbing through my copies of The Bees (Carol Ann Duffy)...
  3. Tailsy

    What are you reading? II

    GOST is one of my favourite books of all time! it's so gorgeous and sad and lovely and i completely adore it. i'm so upset that she's only written one book :( anyway, i'm reading Mansfield Park, Jane Austen for my Women's Writing and Film-making class. I get shit done early.
  4. Tailsy

    What are you reading? II

    fifty shades of FUCKING grey FUCK
  5. Tailsy

    What are you reading? II

    But n Ben A-Go-Go, Matthew Fitt! It's wonderful. And written entirely in Scots. :o)
  6. Tailsy

    What are you reading? II

    Young Adam, Alexander Trocchi. Also Mrs Dalloway, Virginia Woolf, because I like to read my set texts two at a time!
  7. Tailsy

    What are you reading? II

    LOL same I cannot even with that book, I just want to chuck it but it's TOO HEAVY
  8. Tailsy

    What are you reading? II

    I just finished Things Fall Apart, Chinua Achebe. I'm also halfway through Esther Waters, George Moore. I really need to like, finish that. Oh also A Woman of No Importance, Oscar Wilde, although I have to keep going back and re-reading pages because I'm awful at reading plays.
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