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April 30, 2009

It was the best of books

Scarton2 Today marks the 150th anniversary of the greatest novel ever written,* and the big event is being commemorated at you-know-where. If you're a fellow Tale of Two Cities fan, head on over!

*Of course, you're free to disagree with me on which novel is the greatest. But let us have no smart-aleck attempts to complete my (mis)quotation above with ". . . it was the worst of books." I am not above asking Roberto to sic his whale on you. 
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It's right up there at the top, but I'd have to put it a half-step behind Les Miserables. :-)

Hmm...now I have a sudden urge to re-read it. Thanks!


I thought Pride & Prejudice was the greatest English language novel ever written..... =)

jason taylor

This isn't a novel but it is a book. Champlain's Dream by David Hackett Fischer, a biography of the founder of Canada. It features a fascinating character, great background, and great writing style.

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