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Friday, May 12, 2006

Chapter One Hundred Nineteen, in which Reading is back

Time to take note of something wonderful and unexpected. Your Bibliothecary had virtually given up reading for a while. Now, thanks to the many thoughtful blogs we visit nearly every day, we are being regularly excited by new books. Also thanks to the Slaves of Golconda, we are back in the habit of reading. Despite recent duds, Muriel Spark has taken hold of us (an author who, if not for participation in Slavery, we would never have picked up), Kathryn Davis is being consumed, and Proust is beginning to change our life. And there are a lot more books to be read. We have to go now.


  1. Glad to hear it. I'd be reading if people would stop visiting me and if the plumbing would stop getting clogged up. Sigh.

  2. Can't wait to hear what you think of Proust! Are you reading the whole Remembrance series?