Now, currently on my bookshelf:
- The Bible (I've decided to read 2 Corinthians because George seems to really like it, and it does seem rather inspiring);
- The Collected Poems of Sara Teasdale;
- A Small Corner of Hell: Dispatches from Chechnya by Anna Politkovskaya;
Anna Politkovskaya is amazing. I really admire her. I have a feeling that her book will take me awhile to read because it is so graphic (as most books about war are... although, the more I read, the more I think that this is not a war, but a genocide). I am working on an entry on genocide, but it will require some research.
Rereading what I just wrote about Anna Politkovskaya, I realised that the reason I admire her most is that she's met Akhmed Zakayev. I've never said this, but my dream job (beside doing about a million other things) would be to work for Akhmed. I don't even know why.