Emma

Jan. 6th, 2011 05:59 pm
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I'm listening to Emma on audiobook because I borrowed it from the library for that long trip and I've never read it and, anyway.

I've also never seen any of the film adaptations. There are a few! Is there one more recommended than the others?
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day 02 | a picture
day 03 | a book/ebook/fanfic
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day 05 | a youtube clip
day 06 | a quote
day 07 | whatever tickles your fancy

For today: The Mighty Book of Boosh!



So it's not exactly Dostoyevsky, but it's whole lot of fun. An incredible amount of work went into this thing, it's enormous, weighing in at just over 300 pages! It's like a textbook! Only awesomer and with prettier pictures. Seriously, there are photos and drawings and scans of sketchbooks and type-illustrated song lyrics and stories and some really snazzy design courtesy of Bollo, the gorilla Dave Brown. Also, you learn what really happened to Jack the Ripper. You might be surprised!

Here's a review, far better than mine, and complete with pretty pictures.

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