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September 07, 2009


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That doesn't sound so bad to me, either. :) In fact, I would think Dickens would be some of the best fiction books to read from, in that circumstance.

Not to mention that it's unlikely you'd ever get bored, as his books were so long and there were so many of them.

"normally I love 20th-century British Catholic novelists"
Me too.

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