Don Quixote

best novel ever?

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01/03/2004 at 00:02
silly hippo

but i know how it is

was screwed up enough in my teens by books

avoid seroius ones now
but any book is dangerous

laugh if you want
01/03/2004 at 00:06
i read alot,mainly true adventure and walking type books and lightweight travel stories,pete mcarthy,tony hawks,mark waddington ,josie dew, tim moore.when i worked shifts years ago i did read novels but these days i havent the time to get lost in a book as i lose track of time and responsibility.
01/03/2004 at 00:08
thats why i dont read

so you understand

oh, and i read vv quickly, but, id be onto the next and the next

i would not function
01/03/2004 at 10:32
I heard that DQ was meant to be so great because he is constantly delaying death. But from my (woman's) perspective, yes, he's just been a silly, self indulgent so and so.

I think I read The Castle ages ago. Is it the one that isn't quite finished?

Wish I could read more!
01/03/2004 at 10:54
never read it as a book. read it the children's reduced version with pictures when i was a kid. i have no intention whatsoever of reading the whole thing

i think the best novel ever wroten in spanish is 100 years of solitude
01/03/2004 at 13:38
am reading the english translation of 100yrs of solitude right now. enjoying it a lot, but can tell it would be much better in its original language.

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