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MissHurricane wrote: @mrs. v viper: Whow, so glad to hear that Kafka's books are familiar to someone abroad. I can only confirm that the original version in czech is written in very specific form, quite complicated to read even for me as a native speaker (despite I'm a really big bookworm). I'll have to read some of his books in translation to compare both versions.
izzie wrote: Swedens biggest book festival takes place next week in Gothenburg. I'll be talking in front of the visitors about the pros and cons about being a young author, and also about Hemingway. Excited. :>
katribear wrote: Terry Pratchett (I just like his sence of humour and way of putting words together. Too shame he has alzheimer's now. )
Do it! You should start with Molloy, I think.
mrs v. viper wrote: I don't know, I haven't read anything from him yet. Now you say it tho, my english teacher used to recommend him to me too thinking I would like it. Maybe time to check that dude out?