Sunday, January 30, 2011

Not The Best Week

Certainly, in terms of reading it was a sub par performance on my part. I attribute this to Manchester United's comeback victory on Tuesday, my pair of visits to see my sister in the hospital and the return of hospitable weather to our region. I am about 200 pages into both Balzac's Lost Illusions and Patrick White's The Vivisector.

Mahfouz is obviously on my mind these days. It would be interesting to see how many people have picked up his work in the last few days.

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