I started reading Les Liaisons Dangereuses this morning, as part of the French February event hosted by O from Délaissé. So far it’s going good. I had forgotten how much I love reading in French. Sometimes I read out loud because French is so goddamned beautiful.
I decided to follow O’s example and read one part each week (the book has four parts). I will write my thoughts on the first part as soon as I finish it and will take part in any conversation, debate, etc., regarding this book.
I published my post about A Moveable Feast yesterday. Hemingway has left a mark in me with this book. Then I found out that Allie from A Literary Odyssey is hosting "A Modern March" for The Classics Club so I’m obviously going to join and read more Hemingway. My Modernist March reading list would be:
A Farewell to Arms - E. Hemingway
To the Lighthouse - V. Woolf (I started reading this one last year and left it in the middle for some reason. Probably work.)
I’m very happy I joined The Classics Club. I've gotten to discover really wonderful blogs and bloggers who are an inspiration to me with my reading. It’s a great motivation and I love to be a part of it.
Have a great weekend!