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    Quote Originally Posted by hazyshadeof
    I've said this before somewhere, but here are the books I always recommend:


    The Awakening by Kate Chopin


    Oh and the best book ever...

    "Letters to Myself" to be published at a later date by some hazy dude.
    Ooooo...I really enjoyed The Awakening as well as other stories by Kate Chopin.

    Letters to Myself is an intriguing title. Sounds like something I would buy without even reading the book jacket to see what it's about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phat32
    Oh, and hazyshadeof: while I'm certain that Letters to Myself is a fine work of literature indeed, I must say that the author's preoccupation with his ability to woo women into bed was distracting and should not take up three chapters. Rather, I found Overlooking Job (as in the Biblical character, not the synonym for "occupation") to be an insightful, gripping and heartbreaking tale by a certain fellow with "phat" street credentials.
    It was four chapters. Get it right.

    (good to see ya phat!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by hazyshadeof
    It was four chapters. Get it right.

    (good to see ya phat!)
    "Four chapters," eh? One each for all the women you've known in your life? (You know I'm just busting your chops.)

    And, aye, good to see you, too, lad.
    "...Every life is a pile of good things and bad things. The good things donít always soften the bad things, but...the bad things donít always spoil the good things." - The Doctor

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    Brave New World - A. Huxley
    Frankenstein - mary shelley

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