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Old 08-01-2011, 08:19 PM   #51
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Glad to be more than 3/4s through the Rosetta edition (quite a few typos), leaving me enough time to read Slaughter House Five. Reading A Passage to India has made be appreciate more the Notes for The Master and Margarita (finally finished it last week and have started composing what I hoped to be an intelligible post but it's ending up with more questions than comments). Anna Karenina still has the same May bookmark (as WT Sharpe said in that discussion....'sometime around August.')

I've been wondering why Jon so strongly disliked A Passage to India. Like issybird, I also preferred Room with a View, but quite like A Passage to India.
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