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have enjoyed these

"tlthornton"
 
The Liar
The Liar
"uncomfortably familiar sometimes, but a truly fantastic book; the kind you can read twice in the same day."
First Love and Other Novellas (Penguin Modern Classics)
First Love and Other Novellas (Penguin Modern Classics)
"took me a while to get used to them -- had never read beckett before. but so, so funny."
At Swim, Two Boys
At Swim, Two Boys
"well, yes, it's got a massive irish literary tradition casting a strong shadow over it, but it's wonderful, lyrical, beautiful -- gay, straight, young, old, it demands to be read."
Metamorphosis and Other Stories: Works Published In Kafka's Lifetime (Penguin Modern Classics)
Metamorphosis and Other Stories: Works Published In Kafka's Lifetime (Penguin Modern Classics)
"... kafka."
Goodbye To Berlin
Goodbye To Berlin
"the narrative appears nothing special, but it haunts you afterwards, and becomes so evocative that i remember reugen island more vividly than i remember berlin. and i've -been- to berlin."
Steppenwolf (Essential Penguin)
Steppenwolf (Essential Penguin)
"almost certainly missed the point but am aware there is much to be found in this -- must read it again and again."
A Clockwork Orange (Penguin Modern Classics)
A Clockwork Orange (Penguin Modern Classics)
"do not watch the film, it will dissapoint you. read the book, and have your very lexicon altered for a week or so. but for his sake remember that burgess wrote other things too..."
Zazie in the Metro (Penguin Modern Classics)
Zazie in the Metro (Penguin Modern Classics)
"a great volume overall. a triumphant translation, and a wonderfully satisfying introduction from gilbert adair."
Grey Area and Other Stories
Grey Area and Other Stories
"very very brilliant; as good as 'the quantity theory of insanity'."
Never Trust a Rabbit
Never Trust a Rabbit
"i do wish this man would write some more -- macabre, acid, etc., but so different from 'the league of gentleman' that it's absurd to take that route."