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Which Books From Your Past Do You Read Now With Ambivalence?

The NYTBR asked two writers yesterday to name a book that did not turn out to be essential reading when read years later. Adam Kirsch chose T.S. Elliott's THE WASTE LAND and Zoe Heller chose some of the Glass stories from Salinger and ARIEL by Sylvia Plath

If I had to choose, I would probably go with LOOK HOMEWARD, ANGEL, which despite Max Perkins editing still seems over-wrought and over-written. Or maybe it is mostly that styles have changed. Not sure.

What would you choose?


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Needle Magazine, Spring 2014

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Available now: YET ANOTHER DEATH IN VENICE by Tim Heald!

We're thrilled to release the latest adventure of Simon Bognor as a paperback and an eBook!

Now in paperback! A combination of Le Carré spycraft with…

Now in paperback! A combination of Le Carré spycraft with Stephenson techno-philosophy, Charlie Huston delivers a new kind of thriller for a new kind of world.

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