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Introducing the Sour Cherry Farm Book Club
The Farm has formed a book club and invites everyone to join.
Here's how it works:
1. We tell you which book we are reading.
2. You acquire your own copy of the book and read it simultaneously.
3. You muse independently on the book's meaning. The club does not hold discussions on the book, public or private. No gatherings are held. No wine. No cheese.
Liz just finished a three-month study of "Lolita," reading all the footnotes and annotations in a special students edition (shown above). Now Greg and Liz, slack-jawed at the recent Major Motion Picture "No Country for Old Men," are reading the novel of the same name, by Cormac McCarthy. Join the club. Or don't. Whatever.
I have nothing to say, except where is my book?
Yes, I am passing Lolita on to lbabs. We may or may not discuss it.
Now read 'Reading Lolita in Tehran'.
Now reading sourcherryfarm.
Now reading "Dogs of Babel." Weird but melikey. Also frequent reader of People (online and in-print subscriber for 8 years!), sourcherryfarm, and photo captions in the New York Times and Washington Post.
I meant for Liz to read that book next!
I am reading 'The Omnivores Dilemma', 'Snow', 'Animal, Vegetable, Miracle', 'A Walk in the Woods', 'A Death in Belmont' and 'Power, Faith and Fantasy'. Plus numerous cycling and food publications.
I have read Dilemma and Walk in the Woods. I couldn't get in to Snow. My mom said AVM was OK.