5590, I didn't read through the whole thread......|
Posted by TurkeylegJenkins, Mon Nov-17-03 11:42 AM
.... but if it wasn't mentioned above, you won't find many if any better books under 200 pages than Dostoevsky's "Notes from Underground."
I'm also kind of partial to Kerouac's "Tristessa."
"Life is inherently morally ambiguous, contradictory and paradoxical. If questions about virtually any subject having to do with human interaction seem able to be answered with 'yes' or 'no,' or if they seem to fall easily into right/wrong, black/white categories, chances are far greater that we're overlooking some integral issue than that the answer is really that simple." -- Okayplayer Janey
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