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Back In The USWS

Pen_alias on 18. Jul, 2019 — Lang: English

Back In The USWS
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    "Someone once defined a Russian novel as a book in which people with unpronounceable names do nothing for 362 pages, at which point someone's aunt dies."

    ~John Lescroart



    I learned to sleep with one eye open during the war.

    Which war?

    War and Peace by Tolstoy. It was the only way I could finish the book.

    nothing of importance, chicken
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  • NeoChomik 24.7.2019
    books teach you something everytime
  • MadameCercle 19.7.2019
    * * *

    (l'œil de la paix restait fermé)

    (... et oubli du +)

    edited by owner

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