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By: Danielle

Tue, 17 Jul 2007 14:35:20 +0000

I have this checked out from the library. I want to read it...I wonder how many times I can renew...or I could buy it, what a great excuse.



By: Ted

Tue, 17 Jul 2007 01:29:34 +0000

Yes, I see your point.



By: Stefanie

Tue, 17 Jul 2007 01:23:14 +0000

Marg, the book is not in the shops yet. It pays to have a husband in the book biz. Imani, Zelda was an interesting essay. I don't know much about her but I always heard negative things, the F. Scott and Hemingway propaganda. She seems like she was an interesting woman however mentally ill she really was. With a different husband perhaps she wouldn't have been as ill. Dark Orpheus, you're welcome. It really is a good little book. Gentle Reader, I hope you enjoy the book! Cip, I wish for immortality so I can read all the books I am interested in. Nothing less will do! Yuva, thanks for the suggestion, I'll be sure to check it out! Litlove, I feel confident that you will enjoy the book. It is something I can imagine you writing. Dorothy, at the very least you need to read the essay on your namesake! Victoria, I'm with you on viewing Plath as maniacal, it is difficult not to even if you don't side with Hughes. Ted, thanks and thanks for you comment. Woolf's novel are very much in the heads of the characters, this is not to say that they aren't about anything, that nothing happens, but I think what hardwick might be getting at in the quote is that nothing we think of as a traditional plotline happens in Woolf. Beautiful description of Mrs Dalloway btw. I agree with youon your second point wholeheartedly. Verbivore, I hope you find a copy and enjoy! J.S. First Among Sequels is not out yet. I have an adance copy and consider myself a very lucky girl :)



By: J.S. Peyton

Mon, 16 Jul 2007 15:24:34 +0000

What?! First Among Sequels is out now? How did I miss that one? Do you have an advance copy of something because Borders.com says it isn't being released until July 24? Anxious inquiring minds want to know. :)



By: verbivore

Mon, 16 Jul 2007 15:23:52 +0000

I'm definitely interested in this one and will try to find a copy this week. It just sounds wonderful.