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Constance Garnett was one of the first translators of Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky and her translations were the standard in English for a long time....
I hope it isn't the Garnett translation! :(
Haven't posted in a while, but some stuff I've been reading:
Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus and his complete Sonnets
Some Hemingway Short Stories...
Depends on your situation at the moment.
Do you live with your parents? Alone? How big of an area from your house do you want to dedicate to your...
No, but it'd be nice to meet someone special.
Haven't met anyone like that in a little while.
oh MAN!!! That looks fucking phenomenal.
I envy you, man.
No problem, man.
When you do read it I suggest that you keep an open mind, because the book is a little complicated and quite bizarre (it is a...
You should read Nabokov's Invitation to a Beheading; he considered it his best work, and I completely understood why when I read it (the first...
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Some of these
Going to leave some for when I don't have the time to read whole books, though.
Probably read this next:
I watched Ted (2012)
6/10, the party scene was pretty hilarious, but other than that...meh.
Yeah, I know what you mean, man. I just finished a few days ago so I'm now plowing through a bunch of readings of my own choosing.
I haven't read...
And apparently Christopher Nolan should be directing one of them, I think. Good shit.
Just watched this:
Which was absolutely...
Had never seen this before, great movie!
:p That does look really interesting. Jotted it down on my list.
Currently reading some of Uncle Tom's Cabin for this essay...