New Orleans, LA -- August 17, 2007

Reading The Trial, by Kafka. This is his second attempt. The first time he made just over half way and, as it's on the list of a hundred most influential books, he’s promised himself he’s going to finish this time. He started from the beginning again.

Recently he read A Spy at Twilight, by Bryan Forbes, about British agents and a plot to establish a Communist society.

His favorite books of all time--The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain (soon to be posted--pictures of Mark Twain's house in Hartford, CT, where he had his most prolific years); Tawny Scrawny Lion (a Golden Book for children about a rabbit who gets a lion full on carrot stew so he doesn’t eat him and his seventeen fat bunny brothers and sisters), and Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley.

His own book—it’d be about bullshit and utter nonsense.

He claims he’s stumbled across my peoplereading San Francisco blog.

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