For now, let's table Bellow. It certainly would be in the second half of the year, since I've already proposed the George Saunders for the first half. I feel a pang for you having to return to MS, but, I don't know, maybe it's time. Anyway, you certainly don't have to stay there (if you don't want to).
: You could go on with Herzog and see if you
: feel any interest in Ravelstein. Or if you
: like, I do have Seize the Day here on
: Kindle. Or you can table Bellow and if I end
: up back in MS, we can read Herzog. Actually,
: if you schedule it for the second half of
: the year, I'd bet on my being back there.
: And I can let you know by the end of the
: week whether I'll be back by Christmas this
: I don't blame you for wanting to start with
: Herzog; that's where I wanted to start.
: Somehow, I'm not drawn to Augie March. I
: wasn't crazy about Herzog, but I would like
: to read it again.
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