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What FICTION books would make for a great discussion? 
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Post Re: What FICTION books would make for a great discussion?
I think everyone should get a copy and discuss "Move Over Shakespeare Tales From The Baron" which is an awesome epic poetry book. This would be so awesome!

https://www.amazon.com/Move-over-Shakes ... 168&sr=8-1



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Post Re: What FICTION books would make for a great discussion?
I am listening to "Everything I Never Told You" by Celeste Ng. (On audiobook, during doctor-mandated exercise). It is superb, IMHO. She does what post-modern literary criticism seems to think we are supposed to do with literature, which is to take the particular and, by examining it carefully, see the universal. Since this version of the particular deals with feminist themes and family, as well as discrimination and race, it is a double triumph. Of course I haven't finished it yet, so maybe it will be a bust. But so far I am enthralled.



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