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    Great expectations is pretty good.
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    I admit, the storyline is interesting, it's just the language that does my head in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dive
    I just finished Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead and now it's time for some Bataille.
    Great play, great movie, I love it.

    Right now I'm reading Red Coats and Rebels (The War for American 1770-1781) by Christopher Hibbert. (lolz like Julius Hibbert)

    It's a British view of the revolution in America. It's actually pretty interesting for a dry re-telling of history.
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    Socialism, by Bernard Crick. Excellent book for the revolutionary Socialist - focuses a lot on preconditions and goes into real detail on the French Revolution. Loving it.
    "I don't cut my grass. I threaten it."

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    aye, harry potter lol! there was nothing else to read in my house...

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    Fight Club. We watched the movie, and now I'm reading the book. I love it. The picture of Brad Pitt on the cover is nice too

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    I've just finished Dream of a Ridiculous Man by Dostoevsky. I wish I had found it before. It was great. Not the best work of Dostoevsky of course but still it made my night amazing.
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    Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk should be read by every high school student so they can be like "dude, wtf, this sucks."

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    I've just finished reading for the 2nd time "Angela's Ashes", a book by Frank Mc Court. We can call it an autobiography of the author. It focuses on his life since he was kid and lived in America with his martyr mother and drunk father, and then went back to Ireland, where their poverty reached very substantial levels... and in the end back to America, with lots of hope on the future. It is very interesting, I've enjoyed it a lot, not much of action parts (not at all, actually), but a very deep meaning within its pages.
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    I'm about to start "How to argue and win every time" by Gerry Spence. I'll probably never finish it though, I have a habit of starting a book and not finishing them.
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    the narnia books

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