Thursday, November 13, 2003

Books in November (from an old reading record)

How was there so much time? Read this week in 1973 (really reread): Barnaby Rudge (Dickens), The Princess Casamassima (James), The Bertrams (Trollope), Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, and Mansfield Park (last three, of course, J. Austen). Could we have been on vacation? Was Thanksgiving early? Talk about a nineteenth-century state of mind! This week in 1974: The Vicar of Wakefield (Goldsmith), Dr. Wortle's School (Trollope), An Old Man's Love (Trollope, again), and The McDermots of Ballycloran (from Trollope's Irish period). Of these books, only the last was read for the first time. In 1975: Chance (Conrad), The Pelican History of Canada, Doctor Thorne (Trollope), Quentin Bell's biography of Virginia Woolf, and Uncle Silas (LeFanu). This will be continued tomorrow.

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