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Almost No Memory
Lydia Davis
Selected Poems
Philippe Jaccottet
The Tiger's Wife
Téa Obreht
Charles Dickens (Penguin Lives)
Jane Smiley
The Mansion of Happiness
Robin Ekiss
Erik Satie
The Enchantress Of Florence - Salman Rushdie A story for sensualists, with very intricate storytelling that failed to grab me. I understand its appeal, especially to men, but I found it tedious. I tried to keep going, but gave up before the end. So much of the magical realism I've tried recently has been a total let-down. Is this a good example of Rushdie's work? If yes, he's off my list permanently.