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jenni_snake, I swear I'm not making this up.  Among the books on my shelves at home are the following:

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aswanargent
Nov. 11th, 2005 11:37 am (UTC)
LOL! What is it they say about great minds?

Christopher and His Kind is the only one of the Isherwood books I haven't read. As to the Woolf books, I've read Between the Acts, Mrs. Dalloway, volumes one and two of the Diary, and volume one of the Letters.
jenni_snake
Nov. 11th, 2005 12:16 pm (UTC)
Ha ha ha! Must be it! Though I have to admit, you've outdone me in the reading section. I have read the Berlin Stories, A Meeting By the River, Down There on a Visit (I think), one with the Ambrose story in it (can't remember) and - and I will recommend this one to you - Prater Violet. Unless you've already read it and forgot. Which wouldn't surprise me. :-)

The only Woolf I have under my belt is Mrs. Dalloway and Orlando - and fourteen pages of Lighthouse. I really do find reading her like getting drunk. It's quite amazing!

But yes, what is that they say about great minds, lol! :-D
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