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    Default Re: Recent Purchases/Borrowings

    Quote Originally Posted by redheadshadz View Post
    ^Damn, if I had money like that, I would've snagged those Kipling books. And Never Let Me Go first edition...guess you could say never let it go at least for a while, that'll probably be worth a lot one day.
    I wish I had enough money to spend on the Kipling stuff. I mean, I technically do, but at this point I can't justify purchasing it. I'd feel ridiculous.

    It's in a glass lock box. There's a sign explaining it's some special limited edition or something with only X number of copies.

    The only signed Nobel winner I have is a very battered copy of an Issac Bashevis Singer novel that I basically got for free when a half price books went out of business. And sadly, it's not a first edition or anything special. Just some rerelease hardcover.

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    Nine days of Book Fair brought nearly 30 new titles to my pile. Will make the list later today.

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    Bohumil Hrabal, The Gentle Barbarian/The Little Town Where Time Stood Still/My Cat Auticko
    Giorgos Seferis, Mythistorima, Complete poetry
    Adam Zagajewski, Asymmetry
    Pascal Quignard, Les Solidarités Mystérieuses
    Emmanuel Carrère, La Classe de Neige
    Frédéric Beigbeder, L'amour Dure Trois Ans
    Robert Musil, Three Women/Unions
    Heimito Von Doderer, Short Stories
    Tomaž Šalamun, Collected Poetry
    Ismail Kadare, A Girl in Exile
    Ana Blandiana, My Land A4
    Eduardo Lizalde, El Tigre en Casa
    Guillermo Tessel, El Ojo de Dios
    Julián Herbert, Canción de Tumba
    Ernesto Cardenal, Complete Poetry Vol 1
    Abilio Estevez, El Bailarín Ruso de Montecarlo
    Derek Walcott, Omeros
    Willian Opsina, Ursúa/La Serpiente sin Ojos
    Pablo Montoya, Tríptico de la Infamia
    Liliana Colanzi, Nuestro Mundo Muerto
    Magela Baudoin, La Composición de la Sal
    Diego Zuñiga, Racimo
    Clarice Lispector, A Paixão Segundo G.H
    Joca Reiners Terron, A Tristeza Extraordinária do Leopardo-das-Neves
    José Luis Peixoto, Em Teu Ventre
    Amos Oz, Judas
    Ondjaki, Os Transparentes

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    Default Re: Recent Purchases/Borrowings

    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel del Real View Post
    Ismail Kadare, A Girl in Exile
    That's one of his weakest works.

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