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Summer Reading Pt.2

Summer Reading Pt.2

Alexandra nailed it when she said that summer reading "isn’t the time to try to impress people - it’s the time to remember why you loved reading so much in the first place." That especially rings true for me this summer, because once school started I was so consumed by coursework and reading that I really didn't do enough reading for pleasure. The New Yorker was my escape from business case studies ("On a cold and windy morning, Kathy looked out her window and realized she had a working capital problem") and spreadsheets. I did manage to read Jonathan Bates's Ted Hughes biography, which is excellent, but that was about it. So this summer I made a point of assembling a list of books I've wanted to dive into for awhile. 

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