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Posted: 6 Jan 11 14:46

Famous Books About Neutering Your Pet:


Toni Morrison: "Beloved Balls"

James Joyce: "Useless"

Joseph Heller: "Catch 2"

Anthony Burgess:"A Cockwork Orange"

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Posted: 6 Jan 11 14:52 - Edited By: Hawking's Chair, 6 Jan 11 15:07
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Posted: 6 Jan 11 15:36
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Posted: 6 Jan 11 15:48
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William Styron: The Confessions of Nut Turner

Margaret Mitchell: Gone With the Whine

Philip Roth: Old Roy's Complaint



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Posted: 6 Jan 11 22:12
*Jane Austen - Sense and Insensitivity

*Emily Bronte - Withering Lengths

*James M. Cain - Mildred Slice

*William Faulkner - As I Lay Whimpering

*John Barth - The End Of The Low-Hanging Sack That We Didn't Want
Dragging All Over The New Carpet

*Raymond Carver - What We Talk About When The Vet Puts On More Than
One Glove

*Ivan Turgenev - Fathers and Things

*Erich Maria Remarque - All Quiet On The Down There Underneath Front

*Henry Fielding - Johnathan No Longer Wild

*John Updike - Rover, Run


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the the best so far Mr Chair



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the the best so far Mr Chair



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Thanks, Lynton!

Being the Chair, I had to do him justice...

Sir Walter Scott: Rob Rocks
Jonathan Swift: Gulliver's Taters
James Fenimore Cooper: The Berries Slayer
Daniel Defoe: Robbin' Some Cockles
R. D. Blackmore: Lorna's Done
Charles Dickens: The Tale of Two Tatties

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