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August 20th, 2019 
11:12 am - Tuesday Reads

Tuesday Reads

'Christobiography: Memory, History, and the Reliability of the Gospels' by Craig S. Keener

'Another Roadside Attraction' a novel by Tom Robbins

'An Arsonist's Guide To Writer's Homes In New England' a novel by Brock Clarke

'Exley' a novel by Brock Clarke

'Abel And Cain' a novel by Gregor Von Rezzori

'American Moderns Bohemian New York And The Creation Of A New Century' by Christine Stansell

'The Arabian Nights' Introduction and Notes by Muhsin al-Musawi

'The Arabian Nights' Six Volumes in Three Volumes by Richard Burton [The Heritage Press New York 1962]

'The Highly Civilized Man: Richard Burton And The Victorian World' by Dane Kennedy

'Captain Sir Richard Burton: The Secret Agent Who Made The Pilgrimage To Mecca, Discovered The Kama Sutra, And Brought The Arabian Nights To The West' biography by Edward Rice

'Le Morte d' Arthur' Sir Thomas Malory [Barnes & Noble 2015 Edition a modernized edition of William Caxton's text of 1485 published in 1909 by J. M. Dent]
02:33 pm - the hunger angel
It is 2:24 PM Tuesday afternoon in the death flow. It is hot humid gray afternoon. We have had the central system going non-stop for days due to the extreme hot weather here in west Michigan. So Time keeps flowing by.

I got up this morning around 5:47 AM. I got up to find Carol and Ollie in the kitchen making coffee. I got myself a cup of coffee and toasted myself waffles for breakfast. After breakfast I messed with our main computer and then wrote in my paper diary.

I did film a video this morning while Carol was out doing stuff. I really have not read anything today due to being tired and spaced out. I am sick of everything.

I did get in the mail a novel I had ordered from Amazon used titled, 'The Hunger Angel' a novel by Herta Muller Translated by Philip Boehm.

So Time goes by. Carol went to bed to read. I came here to write some words.

Do not know what else to report this afternoon. I am falling asleep as I write so I will stop for now. There is always later.
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