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1. I just read Bennett Sims’s beautiful new novel, A Questionable Shape.  It deals with the undead, relationships, and the private chaos that follows public chaos.

 

2. I’ve been reading, for months, Roland Barthes’s A Lover’s Discourse.  I’m reading the sections out of order.  It’s got me thinking about the telephone and form and desire.

 

3. My friend Miguel bought me a copy of the epistolary novella Lady Susan by Jane Austen, which I’ve just started.  Lady Susan, evidently, is a beautiful and cunning seductress.

 

4. I’m rereading Nadja by André Breton, a book I love, and a study in narcissism, idealization, and obsession, a few of the subjects that interest me most.

 

5. I’m slowly reading Gustave Flaubert’s Sentimental Education, also a study in all of the above.

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