One has just been sent out as a biblical dove, has found nothing green, and slips back
into the darkness of the ark -- Kafka

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Finished Daudet's "Windmill"; Have Started Re-reading Beckett's Trilogy

I enjoyed Daudet much more than I thought I would. His forays into Algeria--and away from his windmill--even got me thinking about Morocco, Bowles, and The Sheltering Sky. Though I read his "Windmill" with "uneven interest," as a whole I found the text simple (in a good way) and simply wonderful.


Still working on Herbert's collected prose.


With some intrepidation (what can I say: Beckett is intense and demands your complete attention) I started re-reading Beckett's trilogy (via Kindle): Molloy, Mallone Dies, and The Unnamable.

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