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Elizabeth

Is the scene you're thinking of from Kavalier and Clay?

badgerbag

No, it was from some very academic-theory-ish book by ... Paul something... squid might remember since she is a geography-theory nerd.

I was rambling on at midnight so I'm sure that was all unclear... Was talking about 3 books, Camouflage, by Joe Haldeman, which was very cool with its macho thing slowly subverted/subverting with the cool punch at the end... Troll by Johanna Sinisalo, which is growing to be my favorite book from the past few years; and Mister Boots by Carol Emshwiller, which I recommend highly! It's a beautiful book rather like Member of the Wedding, or Choir Boy, that is good for intelligent 12 year olds as well as for adults but that is perhaps wrongly marketed to a middle-school audience when it's the grown up women's book clubs that would eat it up like candy and enjoy discussing it right down into the ground.

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