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The book that I’m reading with the greatest relish at present is Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel The Unconsoled. I’m also making progress with Hume’s Treatise of Human Nature, which seems quite sensible to me, and leafing through Eliot Weinberger’s collection Karmic Traces, which provides an antidote to the Hume. Roberto Bolano’s Savage Detectives, which I began earlier this summer, remains
unfinished on my bedside. I was late coming to that novel, and it seems I’ll be late in finishing it as well. I find little rhyme or reason to these selections, unless the itinerant pleasure of browsing offers its own justification.
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