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The Sound and the Fury
William Faulkner
The Last Man
Anne McWhir
In Search of Walid Masoud (Middle East Literature in Translation)
Allen Roger M. A., Adnan Haydar, Jabra Ibrahim Jabra, جبرا إبراهيم جبرا
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - J.K. Rowling I have absolutely no criticism. Okay, one. The epilogue was uneccessary. Not that I'm against the heteronormative confirmation of my darling Ron/Hermione but I liked it ending at the defeat of Voldemort. That's a good end. Epilogues are writers' indulgences and writers should sensibly avoid them. On the other hand, Rowling did not become an anti-editing crusader as she got more successful (unlike some writers, yes, I'm looking at you D Brin) so I guess she can have this little indulgence.Anyway. Ron/Hermione: hearts so big they cannot be contained by this text box. Everyone else: ALL the rest of the hearts. ALL OF THEM. Well done, everyone.