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[Comments] (3) Iain Pears: I read An Instance of the Fingerpost, which everyone seems to love, and thought it was incredibly boring. Then I read The Dream of Scipio and thought it was really good. Conclusion: I like reading multiple, mutually analagous stories better than I like reading the same story told from multiple viewpoints.

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Posted by Alyson at Tue Feb 22 2005 18:27

Do you like Jorges Luis Borges?

Posted by Leonard at Tue Feb 22 2005 18:34

I like his short stories a lot. If he wrote anything longer I don't know if I could handle that.

Posted by David Matkin at Wed Feb 23 2005 19:20

If you do a google image search for "jayhawk", you will see a picture from our apartment in Kansas. I'm a jayhawk!


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