Friday, March 11, 2011
Opening Sentence of the Day: Wise Blood
"Hazel Motes sat at a forward angle on the green plush train seat, looking one minute at the window as if he might want to jump out of it, and the next down the aisle at the other end of the car."
-- Wise Blood by Flannery O'Connor.
I swung by the library the other day and found several new audiobooks, including this classic that I have never read. It shows up on several of my lists: Anthony Burgess's Best 99 Novels, Erica Jong's Top 100 20th Century Novels by Women, and The Observer's 100 Greatest Novels of All Times.
Posted by Gilion at Rose City Reader at 3:34 PM 1 comments
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I have to read this! It's even better knowing that I could audiobook it. I like Bronson Pinchot.ReplyDelete