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Karli Nabours-Palermo - Lake Charles, Louisiana (USA):
April 23, 2001:
This book squeaks when opened and sighs at the turn of every
This book was forged of recycled aluminum and will hold up to
six refrigerator magnets.
This much-vaunted book has turned out to be quite unreadable, as it
is not yet written.
This book smells good but tastes perfectly awful.
I don't know how my sister got into this book.
April 24, 2001:
This book leans slightly to the left.
This book is choosy about its reader. This book will not be
sold at a price you could afford.
The 1979 edition of this book has nothing but bad things to
say about previous editions of the same.
This microeconomics textbook expands by two pages for each one that I
This book would have come along seven years too late, so I
wrote it myself.
April 29, 2001:
Every June I reread this, my favourite book. By mid-October most of
its pages have turned loose & brittle, and winterlong this book sits
empty. But as the sun thaws the earth and the rains swell
seeds to sprouting, my book's crisp leaves grow back one by one,
from the Roman numerals of its translator's note all the way through
page 341, The End. And in June again I read.
This book, left lying on the coffee table by a harried hostess,
fans open like a peacock and refuses to shut up, to the
tremendous irritation of the tea-takers.
This book wears its jacket blurbs like naughty undergarments that make us
all insanely curious about its contents.
This book bears its critical failure on a banner of defiance and
sells better and better every year.