Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Motorcycle Dementia

The Anglo-Saxon Attitudes has arrived at the perfect time. There are no complaints, no matter how tightly bound the sequences appear. While remaining in the vaguest vein of Kingsley, its tableau is akin to Wallant's cast of tenants despite Wilson's class pretensions, and the struggles of his characters to appear oblivious to both snobbery and caste. I bought some Wedgewood and other history texts yesterday at a thrift shop. I was especially keen on Salisbury's history of the Russian Revolution, which I had sought a few month's back on the clearence shelf at Half Price.


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