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I’ve read the three at the lower left. (And some of the Odyssey.) All the others are too new.
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Meaning Catcher in the Rye, not Handmaid’s Tale.
I’ve read The Hobbit, 1984 and Handmaids Tale.
Closest I’ve gotten to the Odyssey is, um, watching “Troy”?
Never read “Catcher” ( the sadistic english teacher I had the year we would normally read it assigned “Ethan Frome” instead. Bleaurrrgh! )
I’ve read all of ’em, even the ones whose title I cannot read in that picture.
And the sequels. 😜
As King of the Procrasti Nation, I have decreed that no book should be read before its time! Before you can actually read a book, you have to have intended to read it for a specific period of time. Usually, that is defined by buying the book and carrying it about with you and leaving it on the shelf until it is time to read it.
Now, I decree that you needn’t ever pretend to have read a book as long as you are intending to read it.
Four out of the ten I could identify …
Where’s the Bible?
On another table with a sign “Books We Claim To Be Authoritative Experts About”.
That one on the bottom row second from the left, I read the whole trilogy series; 1983, 1984, 1985 (or at least I pretend I did).
This is how Leonard Zelig’s troubles started, pretending he read “Moby Dick.” No one has ever read “Moby Dick.”
At Hell’s heart …
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