deHavilland wrote:Hi, Texchanchan! Welcome to Abaisse!
Which translation of the book did you go for on this third time through? Have you been reading different versions or the same one a couple times over? Any other favorites you have on Project Gutenberg besides Les Mis?
The third time, Hapgood, the fourth time, Donougher. Other Project Gutenberg books: Everything by Wilkie Collins, all the Victorian novels I could get my hands on. Some of those people were incredibly prolific. I like Bleak House by Dickens. Thackeray and Trollope, which I get mixed up though they are quite different. I guess my favorite is "A History of England from the Accession of James the Second" by Macaulay. He only managed to get to about 1700 before he died, but it's an incredibly good read.
Don't mess with Texas! We mess up enough by ourselves.
I have actually made bullets like they're doing in my avatar. Then loaded the gun with a ramrod, and shot it. But I'm not feeling real good about guns right now.