Marouf Designs Designs itibaren Hegarsari, Pataruman, Banjar City, West Java, Endonezya
This book was eminently more understandable and much more fun than all the economics I studied in college. Plus, his analysis of the socioeconomic factors of childrens' names had an impact on our decision to name our daughter.
my dad read the narnia books to me when i was very young. i haven't read them since. it was a delightful, nostalgic and profound experience to read the magician's nephew again. i had only faint memories of the story -- more like impressions. but today i saw why it is such a classic and widely-loved book (well, the series certainly is, if not this book in particular). it was all so rich with levels of meaning and so graciously written (whatever that means... it just seemed like the right word to use :) my favourite part was chapters 3-5 where digory and polly discover the Wood between the Worlds and visit the dying world of Charn. i loved the insightful descriptions of these settings. i particularly enjoyed reading this old edition that we have. the pages are all yellow and it has that great old book smell. i look forward to reading the following books
the last set of dialogue in "distance" is the best of all carver i think. but its sort of silly to even say 'the best of carver". I especially love reading tess gallagher. i think it's a lot of fun to read literary couples in tandem.