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This is Lydia Millet: According to regulations
What is the most interesting thing you've learnt from a book lately? Somebody forced me to look at my car's handbook after five years of possession. I' m afraid of the mechanics and don't even reading handbooks. If I will be reading extensively, I want it to be for work or enjoyment, not for convenience.
What are your favorite categories to view? My main readings are literature, but I also love books on charismatics, politics and culture. In the ideal case the imagination should not contain falsified Gaelic-sounding nicknames, breast plates or ladies with long, fluent bristles, but even there my determination has failed, as we know. From a similar dislike for long, floating coat, the romantic fictional doors are fixed.
As a child I was reading harlequin stories and created the ideal picture of a suppressed, withheld, horrible yet diabolically good-looking man. Some of the ledgers they are celebrating. Nor do I have a tendency to reading mid-age self-realisation literature in which those who go to poor and alien lands to look for a divorced life of seeking religious inspiration, falling in loving a better man later and drinking sowvignon blank in their restored farm houses outside Darien, Connecticut.
What do you think of it? Book after book or at the same one? Lately I've begun many of my unreadings. Several of these are very good ones. What do you do to organise your book? Which book could surprise them when they find it on their bookshelves? What is the best book you have ever been given as a present?
"All-Color Book of Fairy Tales", narrated by Jane Carruth, Golden Press, 1971, of my family. "But I also recall the strange and inferior stories, like "Ricky of the Tuft", where a prinz is suffering from poor coat until he finds a nice dumb princess he can make clever.
Fortunately, she has the authority to repair his head. Maybe in my 1930s the storyteller of J. M. Coetzee's "Shame", the parts in Virginia Woolf's novels and Joy Williams and Lydia Davis, in amusing novels by Mary Ruefle and Julie Hecht. What children's literature and writers are you most interested in?
until I was 12 or 13, so they were just book. I' m reading her book now. Who would you want to make your own story? She also has a lot of fun. What do you think about what to look for next? Will it be critiques, verbal propaganda, friend literature, research work?
While I like to type in a social way, I don't like writing in this way. It' like date is a book. Would you ask the governor to open a book, what would it be? A book.