Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Recovering Estate

There were allusions made to the different levels I ascribe to reading times during the week versus the weekend. The heightened measures of concentration away from the hectic nature of modern life cannot be underestimated. That said, I continue with both Dickens and Pynchon. A new noble beast has also entered the stable: Alexander Theroux and his wicked novel Darconville's Cat. Theroux, an older brother of Paul, appears to be word addict and a misanthrope. I read 160 pages of the novel yesterday.


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