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July 22, 2005


You enter an underground train, and you don't think about the bombs for a second, and you notice that (a) all the people around you are reading, and (b) the titles of the books they are reading are Dostoyevsky's Idiot, Camus' The Plague and Tolstoy's Crime and Punishment, and you think it's such a cliché.

Me, I was reading Joann Sfar's Piano, more about which later.

Posted by Horst on July 22, 2005 03:35 PM to books & bookkeeping | Tell-a-friend

The Cartoonist said on July 24, 2005 07:38 PM:

All I can see are people reading the (insert dirty word here) Harry Potter! Grrr.

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