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By: Vivien

Fri, 24 Aug 2007 21:37:18 +0000

John, thanks so much for your encouragement with a bit of literature. I was about to question whether this was such a good idea - people have hard time catching up with their feeds, and I'm feeding them with classics. But I'll definitely continue this feature and hopefully more people would find time to read the masters and get inspired. Of course, I'd love to read and post some old Japanese short stories. Thank you so much for the offer. Can't wait to see what you'll send me. P.S. Thanks for the Gogol suggestion, I'll dig out some of his humorous stories, shouldn't be that hard - he had an incredible sense of humour.



By: johno

Fri, 24 Aug 2007 21:23:16 +0000

What a wonderful idea; truly inspried (of course). Russian writers (the classics, at least) are perhaps the best the world has produced. And you've started with a master. Please a little Gogol one day. I'll time it so I read these posts in the morning--a little bit of literary inspiration to start the day. Thanks. I'll dig out some old Japanese short stories for you (if you're interested).