I'm enjoying it tremendously.Jeffrey Armbruster wrote:oooh, I love this novel! Let us know what you think.Bill B wrote:The life and opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman.
Are you reading the Pevear's translation? I personally like it better that Garnett's for sure.tcee wrote:Just started Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment.
Hi Jeffrey, no, I'm reading a German translation by Svetlana Geier which is just fantastic!Jeffrey Armbruster wrote:Are you reading the Pevear's translation? I personally like it better that Garnett's for sure.tcee wrote:Just started Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment.
Excellent introduction to the Cello Suites! I read it, then re-read it, then decided I'd wanted to play cello for long enough, now was the time to buy one then learn.martinardo wrote:The Cello Suites by Eric Siblin. Excellent book. I'm going to have to re-read it. While the Suites are the theme,
the surrounding history, a large amount on Pablo Casals and his importance, the Bach family and their travails,
the various European princes, dukes and VIPs plus the influence (or not) of other Composers make fascinating reading.
Every Age has its challenges: there were copious amounts when JSB was around.
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