Tomorrow i'll be reading Tale of Two Murders by James R. Farr
Academic take on the involvement of a judge, Philippe Giroux in 17th Century France who gets invovled in a murder/conspiracy/trial. For a history seminar; should be interesting.
Also, i hope to start and mostly finish Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad; also for a class.
Sadly, again, nothing much for pleasure these days. I'm going to skim through Watchmen this week, to get myself psyched up for the film.
Also, today i skimmed through Green Revolution by Van Jones; despite all the praise it's apparently gotten (Gore, Pelosi, Friedman) i found it to be heavily flawed.
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Originally Posted by Tom Gabel
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