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I finished it a couple of months back, I have no idea how any non-Irish person can understand it though
Just finished No Country for Old Men and starting Crime & Punishment
I think theres just tons in it to be honest. I read it after my degree, and thought there were so many literary references and advanced literary techniques, I didn't know if I'd have got much out of it before studying.
I just finished Marlowe's Doctor Faustus this morning. I first heard about the Faustian legend in my university german classes, and only now did I get around to reading one of those stories. Shouldn't have waited...probably going to have to read Goethe now.
Team of Rivals
Originally Posted by Rainer Maria Rilke
Sound, no longer measurable
with sense of hearing. As if that tone
outstripping us on every side
were space maturing.