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Old 19-07-2004, 23:56:45   #351
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where did you get the series??? I can never find them now except in massive hardback form
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Old 20-07-2004, 00:58:45   #352
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I've seen it everywhere since Potter became popular.
If you have Barnes and Noble or any other chain there, you can probably find it in the juvenile and or fantasy section in either hardback, full softback collection or single softback mode. I've seen it presented in all of these forms just about everywhere here of late.
Never saw this compendium though...I knew my thrift store shopping wasn't just a hollow, fruitless pursuit...I've gotten some great antique and hard to find books there, too. Currently trying to compile the entire 10+ book collection of Churchill's war memoirs.
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Old 20-07-2004, 03:01:29   #353
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I read De Soto's THE MYSTERY OF CAPITAL: WHY CAPITALISM TRIUMPHS IN THE WEST AND FAILS EVERYWHERE ELSE.

It is a new and interesting take on property rights and squatters and such. And has some insights for developing the Third World. But it is repetitive on the main point (could be an article not a book), while it doesn't complete the analysis in some of the interesting areas.
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Old 20-07-2004, 04:07:18   #354
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I'm reading the collected plays of Chekov at the moment.

Does every play end with a pistol shot?
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Old 20-07-2004, 07:29:22   #355
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God I hope not...working with props (ESPECIALLY guns) that need to make a pivotal noise in theater is an absolute nightmare just begging to go horribly wrong.
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Old 20-07-2004, 10:24:39   #356
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In the two I've read so far, the lead character goes offstage at the end and shoots himself.
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Old 20-07-2004, 21:57:44   #357
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I've seen it everywhere since Potter became popular.
If you have Barnes and Noble or any other chain there, you can probably find it in the juvenile and or fantasy section in either hardback, full softback collection or single softback mode. I've seen it presented in all of these forms just about everywhere here of late.
Never saw this compendium though...I knew my thrift store shopping wasn't just a hollow, fruitless pursuit...I've gotten some great antique and hard to find books there, too. Currently trying to compile the entire 10+ book collection of Churchill's war memoirs.
you can get the memoirs here in almost any old book shop
just not Narnia in a nice format apparently
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Old 20-07-2004, 21:58:27   #358
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God I hope not...working with props (ESPECIALLY guns) that need to make a pivotal noise in theater is an absolute nightmare just begging to go horribly wrong.
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I'm reading the collected plays of Chekov at the moment.

Does every play end with a pistol shot?
I had th misfortune of reading the cherry orchard at uni- its basically about staring out of windows in winter.
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Old 23-07-2004, 07:51:13   #360
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Old 02-08-2004, 19:11:35   #361
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Old 02-08-2004, 22:39:36   #362
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Why exactly does discussing prop reliability in theater make me a faggot?
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Old 02-08-2004, 22:49:04   #363
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Because it suggests you have some knowledge or experience with theater... and the only *men* that have voluntary learned or participated in theater are obviously homosexual. Drama = Gay, and all that.

Of course... I remember in my HS... while the Jocks were busting on the Drama boys for being "gay", the drama boys were scoring on ALL the drama gals... and the jocks just had each other to score on. I wonder if that was a fluke, or pretty much par for the course?
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I got way more trim as a thespian than I did as a jock.
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Old 03-08-2004, 08:11:25   #365
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Just read About a Boy by Nick Hornby, as well as the Catcher in the Rye, Jane Eyre, The Thief of Time (again), and some scifi thing called "Half the Day is Night".
The first four were good.
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Old 04-08-2004, 17:01:28   #366
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I'm onto "A Horse and His Boy".
Don't remember it at all, so this has been a lot of fun.
I'm realizing that TLTW&TW is geared for a pretty young reader, though.
There's still just enough to grab an adult's attention though.
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Old 10-08-2004, 08:21:57   #369
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Finished Potter 5. Started very slowly, ended up very enjoyable, and now i can't wait for the next one.

Next up, Cancer Ward by Solzhenitsyn i think.
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Old 10-08-2004, 17:47:56   #370
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Tipping the velvet - Sarah Waters. I haven't been able to put it down since I picked it up last night. It really is a fantastic piece of writing.
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Now onto Uncle Vanya. From a few pages in I can see that Checkov is still on his "culture is falling before the tides of overwhelming mediocrity" schtick.
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Hmmmm, that says something about the book or the condition of your brain.
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I just blitzed three books that were all written by, about, and for coming-up-thirty-year-old-women, dealing with such cutting edge issues as job satisfaction, losing and finding boyfriend[s], self-help books and biological clocks.

Am now reading Daphne Du Maurier's House on the Strand as part of my research for my novel.
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Old 21-08-2004, 22:31:29   #375
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"Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors" by James D. Hornfischer (2004)
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I just blitzed three books that were all written by, about, and for coming-up-thirty-year-old-women, dealing with such cutting edge issues as job satisfaction, losing and finding boyfriend[s], self-help books and biological clocks.
Why, out of curiosity?

Reading Galileo's Commandment, 'by' Edmund Blair Bolles. It is an anthology of writing by some of the world's greatest scientific minds spanning from Herodotus to some geezer called George Smoot.

Also reading (and looking at the pictures of) Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Life by Dorling Kindersley.
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Finished Potter 5. Started very slowly, ended up very enjoyable, and now i can't wait for the next one.

Next up, Cancer Ward by Solzhenitsyn i think.
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I'm reading Perfume by Patrick SUskind, and will then move on to 'Want to Play?' by PJ Tracy.
Perfume is really good, and really horrible.
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Why, out of curiosity?
Because I was bored and those were the three most readable that were available to me at the time. Also, they made for a bit of lighter reading after Jane Eyre and before East of Eden (although I always find Steinbeck pretty easy reading, it's still thinking-reading). And anyway, one was the second bridget jones book, and I like to be ahead of films, and another was one my sister was planning to read, so I had to read it so I could tell her whether it was worth guessing, and then spoil the ending.

I also just finished reading Dan Brown's Digital Fortress, having only ever read from it in 15-minute bursts while standing in bookshops.
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who is this Rankin? What does he write?
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his Australia one is really funny


incidentally my Grandad likes Bill Bryson too if that makes you feel any worse
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I really enjoyed the Lost Continent too.


Although I was stuck in a hammock at the time with violent stomach cramps from some dodgy maize, and had just vomited up some kidney beans. It might be fair to say I would have enjoyed anything that took my mind off things.
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Peter Hamilton, Fallen Dragon - I'm almost halfway into it and its finally starting to pick up. Soooo boring.

This is my second Peter Hamilton - I read Reality Dysfunction - can't remember if I even finished the first book.

No more Peter Hamilton for me. I surrender.

Edit: <and after digging back a bit... I SHOULD HAVE LISTENED TO CHAGARRA!>

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got repetive and boring far too quickly for me

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i ended up going for Simon Kuper's 'Football vs the enemy'

i did start cancer ward but it was making me feel a bit sick, too much description of tumours the size of fists
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i ended up going for Simon Kuper's 'Football vs the enemy'

i did start cancer ward but it was making me feel a bit sick, too much description of tumours the size of fists
yeah it doesnt sound like a barrel of laughs!
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Perfume is really good, and really horrible.
Oooh... somehow I missed this post. Perfume is a great book, one of my favorites. And I never ever want to read it again. It's truly creepy.
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I felt like that about Dorian Gray..it freaked me out. I haven't got far into Perfume yet, but I love it so far.
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Sundiver, David Brin.
It's weird...cause I remember reading book 2 and thinking it was book 1? Is Sundiver a later released prequel?
Anyhow...doesn't matter...it is good, but sometimes Brin is a bit heavy with the science, though he tries not to be.
He's an astrophysicist, so I won't hold it against him.
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BGH. ... There are purportedly six in the Uplift series, they tend to become a little more coherent and mainstream as they go.
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