Sense and Sensibility

Although my book-blogging has long been in abeyance, I do write, in my spreadsheet, little one-line summaries of the books I read. However, they are remarkably short on any literary insight. I just finished Sense and Sensibility and my review reads: “I found this book to be frequently somewhat tedious, and occassionally confusing, but the fact that it has held my interest through four days of headache, Guantanamo-like sleep deprivation, stomach pains, intestinal problems, and general physical and emotional exhaustion, it is probably a much better book than I think it is.”

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