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__________________ 'In the clearing stands a boxer,
And a fighter by his trade,
And he carries the reminders,
Of every glove that laid him down,
Or cut him till he cried out,
In his anger and his shame,
"I am leaving, I am leaving."
But the fighter still remains.'
I've never read Kafka on the Shore. I hear a lot about it and that its good, but I can't seem to find a copy anywhere, unless I buy online of course (and I don't do that much). Wikipedia has a really good summary of it though, really makes me want to read it.
I'll try and find it again.
I'm reading Waverly by Sir Walter Scott. Its currently the only book of his I actually own, and not have rented. Wish my library had Ivanhoe or The Bride of Lammermoor.
Originally Posted by Dream Brother
Is it wrong to like the trailer? lastly, am I the only one who remembers the actor being old in LoTR's flashback of Bilbo finding the ring?
Khalīl Jibrān – “I love you when you bow in your mosque, kneel in your temple, pray in your church. For you and I are sons of one religion, and it is the spirit.”
When he thinks a person is being trampy, he's a woman hater, when he thinks we should fight gun crime, he's a tyrant, when he thinks we should fight gun crime with education he's a psychopath, when he think taxes should be progressive, he's a bum, when he thinks there should public health, he's a European tart, when he thinks gays should get married he's a pervert, when he thinks Vatican is good, he's a sheep. Seems to me Banhammer is whatever you want to call him at the time.
Alright, got the message! I'll start reading them. I should start with Kafka, right? Or are their previous books to it?
Well, personally, I liked the way I approached his works: I read the short stories first; really got me into a good feel for his style. Then reading Kafka was better because Kafka is really really complex. You'll require more than one reading to totally get it, for sure.
Two years spent before the mast and no one knows the secrets that we're hiding. If word got loose, you'd face the lash and 13 loops would hold me fast and silent. Things are not always as they seem to be (outside us).
The Devil got poor Persephone, but they can't take- They can't take you from me.