I often find these big, 'difficult' books outlast my enthusiasm for them. I'll get all excited to read one, tear through the first half or third then grind to a halt and take months to finish it.I'm just reading it to read it though really, turning the pages for a log of it as luke would say
what you get out of it works sublimally more often than not. theres a kind of mythic pattern, egYou managed to get much out of it beyond enjoying some of the sounds and puns? Is it actually enjoyable on any level?
Welcome back!what you get out of it works sublimally more often than not. theres a kind of mythic pattern, eg
with brother vs brother, or with the colonised and coloniser and how the influence works in both
directions at once, there is a whole lot of things that sink in without you even noticing
until you do, you grasp the thing, though the experience of reading line by line can be
That's the main thing I remember about that book. The bit where he says something like "I've even found crumbs at the wheel of a particularly hungry gentleman," and says something about noticing bicycles creeping closer to the fire for warmth.this is the man becomes bicycle thing form flann o brian