Sunday, April 29, 2007

George Tenent

My friend Roger Baylor recently bemoaned my tendency to read several hundred pages in a flurry, upsetting rhythmns in tandem readings and often obscuring my (already)wavering focus. This recent episode pertained to Against The Day. Last week I thought I would read all of Quicksilver while in Columbus. I only read 300 pages. These past days have witnessed my reading about 600 pages through the Great Fire and upon shores of the New World. I have numerous issues with Stephenson, much like Pynchon's latest. Who knows? I need to think on this.


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