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Poll: What book should the Korrektiv Summer Reading Klub read next?

Vote early, vote often. Or add a suggestion in the comments. Our goal is to choose a book by the end of summer. View a pie chart of the results here.

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  1. Quin Finnegan says

    I’ve already committed myself to the Kirekegaard biography, but I’m happy to go along with anything else for the Klub. I like the idea of Violence and the Sacred, though, I have to say.

    Looking over my copy last night, I saw that I already had quite a few questions penciled in the margins. Maybe someone could answer them.

  2. I would read “Message in a Bottle”.

    And, BTW, I hate to do this to you (especially when you are currently mad at me), but you have been tagged.

    It’s kinda silly, but I don’t have a ton of blogging buddies so it’s your spousal duty to participate.

    (please)

  3. Matthew Lickona says

    Guardini. And for pity’s sake, not Lickona.

  4. Rufus McCain says

    I’m glad Guardini got a vote. But let’s not be too quick to dismiss this upstart Lickona.

  5. Cubeland Mystic says

    I once saw a photo of Lickona pitching a tent above the tan cliffs of Carlsbad. Just sayin.

    Have you all read, The Master and Margarita by Bulgakov, or Silence by Endo? The later a film is being made, and I’ve always wanted to discuss it.

  6. Rufus McCain says

    I picked up Silence about ten years ago, maybe, but I don’t think I ever finished it. Maybe I will before the movie comes out.

    Not familiar with The Master and Margarita. Looks interesting.

  7. C.S. Lewis says
  8. Quin Finnegan says

    Cube ~

    I’ve read M&M at least three times. Obviously, I think it’s a great book, and would love to take it up for the summer. A film has been made of it as well, a couple actually, including a Polish mini-series. The first episode of which wasn’t bad. And Silence is also great, as are a number of other things Endo wrote. I’d love to read that one again too.

    Clive ~

    I’d be up for the Aeneid. I think it would be interesting to read that along with Girard. In fact, I just had a mind-boggling insight for a dissertation idea: Rome according to Vergil as civilization founded on the violence of men, and Rome according to Augustine as civilization founded on the peace of Christ.

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