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AcidRock23 wrote:the Delillo mention reminded me of "Underworld" which I just read a couple of weeks ago on vacation. Really an entertaining book w/ [OT WARNING!!! ] a well done baseball angle to boot!!
I liked Brave New World a lot. I still think that it's sort of inevitable once we get through the late stages of capitalism.
"Down and Out in Paris and London" by George Orwell is a good read, lots of funny stuff, waiters farting and that sort of hijinks.
Absolutely Adequate wrote:And add another vote for Ayn Rand not being a good writer. It combines the character differentiation of a Delillo novel with the literary value of Stephen King.
hwiggen wrote:If you like long novels, Shogun is a page-turner.
PlayingWithFire wrote:what does everybody think about "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley?
(read these 3 in order)
Crime & Punishment
A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich
Elmer Gantry (best book i had never heard of. HIGHLY recommended)
The Time Machine
teddy ballgame wrote:Animal Farm
Absolutely Adequate wrote:
Have you read anything by David Foster Wallace? Ethan Canin?
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